So, every so often I type in LEGO on Craigslist, just to see what comes up (usually nothing), but what to my suprise I see a post that says "lots of legos". So, I email this kid and he sends me some pictures of a whole butt load of LEGO, almost all of it being from before 2005. I see Jango's Slave 1, Imperial Inspection, Grievous Chase, Geonosian Fighter and the original Republic Gunship and AT-TE just to name a few. I started collecting last Valentine's Day, so all of these sets I have only seen in pictures, so I'm pretty excited. So, I ask him if all the sets are 100% complete and have the minifigures and he says yes. So we meet up and I give him $400 for all the Star Wars sets minus the Minis. I get home and go through them and find about a dozen minifigs missing and only about half of the instructions were there. Pretty much all the rare minifigs like Jango and the Geonosians were there and I can get the instructions of eBay, so it wasn't that big of a problem, but something just wasn't there. Every set I've every owned I bought brand new, and there was just something unsatisfying about having these amazingly awesome and rare sets, only used. Almost like I didn't earn them rightfully or something. Does anyone know kind of what I'm feeling? I'm probably just a wack job, but anyways, I think I'm just going to take them all apart and rebuild them, display them one at a time for a few weeks and then sell them and try and make my $400 back. I've never sold a used LEGO set before, so would it be better to sell the minifigs individually, or sell them as complete as I can make them? Just wanted some input from someone with a little more experience.