I agree Circle Track, some of the cars sit on the auction block far too long while others are rushed through. Most of the time the ones that sit on the auction block the longest are charity cars which they understandably want to get as much money as possible for. It seems like in other cases it comes down to politics and who you know to get the most stage time. There is an extra fee for going through on Saturday night, but you usually get the biggest pool of high dollar bidders at that time, so its probably worth it in most cases. Ron Pratt was pretty active this year, not sure exactly how many he bought, but they may have missed some of his purchases on commercials. Thanks for the feedback!