Have you noticed that every tom, Dick and Mary are now selling shirts on line.. The competition is fierce. I owned a company back in the 80's that bought and sold used video movies to new video stores that were opening. Prices for distributor new movies from suppliers was in the 45 dollar range and those were for movies that had been released the year before. So me and my partners bought videos from stores that had seen a decline in rental of those movies that they bought the year before and sold them to new video stores for half the rate of the new copy. We did a tremendous business. Whoops, there is always a whoops.. the new distributors overnight reduced the prices for older movie titles almost half. They found they were losing sales to people like me. So there I was sitting with 50 grand in inventory... I could not compete and had to unload my movies.. At what I paid or lower.. I made money but I could not compete.. Same for tee shirts.. How often do you even see a mom and pop video store.. soon you may not see so many tee shirts sold on line.. You have to know you are not the only game in town.