I was just wondering if anyone else noticed the trend where certain shapes (within a single brand and finish) tend to be a little more pricey than others. Am I correct in assuming this is ECO101 supply and demand in action even outside the auction sites? From my crude observations for example in English estate pipes, Billiards tend to run the middle of the road price wise, Bulldogs, Zulus, Canadians, and Rhodesians tend to go for a bit above average in most lines, while Chubby Rhodesians and long Canadians tend to set the high water mark. Deals can occasionally be found in panels, princes and pots. Of couse certain makers have signature shapes (Charatan's dubliny-pokery thingy for example) and the Danish market is a whole other animal, but does anyone else notice this. If so do you pay the extra for a shape you like or get a deal on a less popular shape within the same brand?