I have a pretty decent grip on most firearms products, at least those that I like for my needs. In some cases I have minimal knowledge, and in others I feel I have a pretty great grap. I've only been doing the AR thing for 6 years so, so I probably lack the perspective of someone with decades of experience. But it does seem like the post-Newtown hysteria and resulting over-production might be settling down a bit. For the last 12-18 months it's been an absolute buyer's market. On a scale of 1-10, you could often land products that rated a '6-8' in terms of quality at the price of a '2-4'. It appears to me that things might be leveling off a bit. Those products are now becoming slightly less available, and seemingly at a more realistic price. You can still get pretty great stuff on the cheap...but it seems the buyer's potential is now diminishing a bit. In other words-- if you're holding out for a better price, the situation seems to be trending in the opposite direction. When it comes to SURs and hi-cap pistols...buy now, or risk paying more later. I'd imagine the current prices hold up for another six months or so.