I’ve mentioned this a few times, but I now have some proof that D* routinely cancels auctions on eBay for their new equipment. I was watching an auction (see below) and it’s now gone. Another forum member (I’ll let him identify himself if he so chooses) PM’ed me as he was also watching this auction. Ironically, they only seem to cancel those where sellers claim that the unit is “owned”. Units that do not make this claim seem to be left alone. Of course there are dozens of units for sale by authorized dealers, usually noted as such or they sell sealed units with sealed access cards. Anyhow, I’ve started keeping track of these and am trying to see if there is a pattern. Form what I can tell, D* has no legal right to prevent the sale of an owned receiver. Technically, they have no legal right prevent the sale of an access card, either, but the terms of service prohibit it. nothing in their terms of service prohibits the sale of the receivers. So, for anyone thinking about selling a D* receiver on ebay, think again!