Well said. We all claim we embrace capitalism until we get on the wrong side of the supply/demand equation. Then...suddenly...the other party is greedy. If purchasers are willing/able to pay a premium for an item in short supply, more power to them.I really don't understand this logic. If a dealer finds a customer that will pay a certain price why is it considered greed? A seller and buyer create a market. If you asked for more money to do your job and they gave it to you would that be considered greed on your part? Or would they be paying you what you're worth? Just my opinion of course.