Did you ever see mispriced components listed on bargain sites like spoofee.com and buy it. Does Dell ever refuse the sale on the basis of they are not responsible for typographical errors? Like this: Dell Small Business has the following system for $619 shipped. - Intel Core 2 Q6600 Quad-Core, 2GB DDR2 - 160GB SATA, 16x DVD-Rom - 128mb nVidia GeForce 8300GS Graphics 1. click here here to go to Dell Small Business. 2. Search and Add bdcwyfz ( Price : $619 ) 3. Change the following - Under Processor, Select Q6600 [+$190] - Under Monitor, Select "I will select a 27in" [-$190] Final Price : $619 Shipped When you click on the options for CPU the Q6600 quad core was only $190 and the Core 2 Duo E6700 was $340 more. Somewhat obvious typo. Have you ever gotten a deal that way, or does Dell catch hold of the typo and deny the order when the multiple orders come through after the bargain sites tell everybody? Overall it seems like Memory, CPU's and components are quite marked up. Why would anyone pay $370 for upgrading to 4gb 4 dimms, when it would only cost $70 to get two new sticks of memory at Newegg? And add $90 to go from 160gb harddrive to 250gb. Can adding memory or a new hard drive really be that hard?(I know the answer of course I'm only being rhetorical).