The only thing is a bulk of my Canadian stuff is priceless. I know its maybe $2 a figure, but I'd like a value ranking for my oddball Canadian stuff. Especially since the US stuff is all priced.
Working on it. The trouble is that even when the Canadian versions of toys move on eBay, they can be difficult to identify through parsing of the auction title. One of the tasks I've been putting off forever is folding user-entered "price paid" data into the appraisal system. Why am I dragging my heels? Because of you foreigners and your accursed exotic foreign money, which is totally different (and on purpose, too, I'll bet). See, with the auction data it's easy, because the data is delivered in USD, no matter where it was sold. I can just average everything up, and off we go.
Because you're Canadian, you pay for stuff with CAD, which is fine, but I can't lump it together with the other user data in USD. I have to convert it. This is easy if you're sitting at your kitchen table with a calculator and a newspaper with the current exchange rates, but I have to be able to do it for not just CAD, but EUR, ARS (Argentina Peso), VEF (Venezuela's Bolivar Fuerte), YEN, and on and on. There may be some public and free data source or API that I can hook into to get current exchange data for all the currencies of the world from, and there may not. Either way it's going to take some work.
We'll get to it in the next few months, as this task is on the short list of upcoming projects, so hang in there!