Hey all, I wrote an email to Walthers about their price on one of their items, the Rivarossi HO U.P. Big Boy. The Spring Sale catalog says that the cost of a non-digital Big Boy is $319.98, and the price of a digital is the same price. Now this is where I get a little upset, I paid in cash for my non-digital Big Boy (was $260.00 value but went down $210.00) and as I looked at the Walthers price for the non-digital it seemed rediculous. Why would anyone pay the that amount of money for a non-digital? I told them they should lower the price to $260.00 and see if they sell as many as they can, otherwise they wont sell at all and they'll be stuck on their shelves for a long time. A fair price can go along way for a company, the lower the value is the better it will sell faster. Aint that the way it should be?