What really gets me going are dealers who find an altered gun with ribbed barrel sights, cut out top straps with target sights and relined barrels an cylinders for 22 caliber,who woof it up and put a big price on them based on the craftsmanship of the work and the 'history". There's a 44 etched panel I see at a show 4 or 5 times a year with a slip hammer and cut out trigger guard, and a target front ramp sight, with corresponding square notch milled at the rear, with 80% original finish, who's owner wants 10,000 for it. Its butt ugly and no one has ever made even a close offer. He won't budge on the price, and it has languished in his case for over 7 years. Goofy.