A few weeks ago we got a big batch of stuff from freecycle that included clothes, books and what was called 'misc household stuff'. In that "stuff" we found 3 mp3 players. One is of unknown variety and is a little clip model, and 2 are iPods. We don't have a cord for the clip one or one of the iPods, but the iPod touch 8gb actually charges and works. I emailed the person who gave us the stuff and she says it was not a mistake to have them in the box. I even offered to give them back and she did not want them, not even to sell. Jess was thrilled until she found she had to buy her music all over again from iTunes. I don't think she needs that expensive a model of mp3 player AT ALL because she isn't great at keeping track of them. Even if she could load her music, this isn't the mp3 player for her. What is the best way to sell these? I don't really know the value or the resale value, but I don't want to get ripped off either. I figure the pawn shops would give us the worst value, and I am not real sure about craigslist. But they might make a good gift for someone for the holidays, and the money could go a long way for our own holiday shopping. I am super frugal for shopping (and used is not a problem for us for gifts), but some cash is needed up front, Know what I mean?? Thanks for any advice.