"If Dick had one bottle of cologne at twenty dollars, and Jane had an identical bottle for sale at ninety, how many bottle of Dick's cologne would it take to equal Jane's price tag? Please answer in exact fractions, and don't forget to sign your name."
Idiots, idiots all -- I mean, how freakin' hard can an eBay and/or search engine search BE? Jeeesus Louisus -- it doesn't take a freakin' rocket scientist to distinguish Ungaro III ($16.99 at my local Marshalls) from the rarer Ungaro II and the MUCH rarer Ungaro I. (They're Roman numerals, for Pete's sake, not algorithms!)
This reminds me of a certain eBay seller (and you all likely know who I'm talking about) who routinely takes available, fairly commonplace frags and then calls them "rare" and marks them up by about fifty percent over retail (minimum). I can't name names, obviously, but suffice it to say that I'm pretty sure we all have seen the listings and rolled our eyes. If you want to know the store name of this seller, just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. (But I'm pretty sure you already know.)