Most of you are probably only casual eBAy users at best. I use it a little more, that's why I got this piece of "inside information": They have just forced upon their users a completely redesigned "My eBay" page, whose obvious purpose is to make selling on eBay so difficult that sellers will have no choice but to purchase value-added services to make selling easier. I am almost certain this will be the straw that breaks the camel's back: eBay is going down. My question is to the more experienced among you: How long can we expect it to take for the stock to start collapsing? This is the deal: Starting today, eBay sellers are either reduced to about 15% of the speed they are used to, or they give up on eBay completely. If eBay breaks with its tradition of not listening to customers and actually decides to undo this change, all bets are off. But if they go through with it, they will lose lots of sellers, especially the high-volume ones that simply don't have the time to weed through the new interface or the money to hire 5 employees to help them with it. How long until the stock reflects this? The only thing I can compare this to is google: The owners must have known at least since February 2004 that their business was going down dramatically, yet it is now late May, and everybody is still eager to get in on their IPO. This probably means that eBay can continue to go up for another 3 months, 6 months, 9 months? How long?