For sure. Lots of sales through used pro gear retailers and engineers like Blevins Audio and others in Nashville and elsewhere. I wouldn't think anyone in the business is going to trust anything that hasn't been thoroughly gone through before putting it up for sale. I know Randy Blevins took all the gear donated to UTC and refurbished it before selling it. Don't know what he made on it; I think we got about $3K for each of the Studer A80s, $1500 for the Otari 24 track, and $4500 or so for the rack gear, which included some highly desirable dbx and Tube-Tech compressors, none of which worked properly when we sold them to him.