I have an Atlas benchtop horizontal mill that I got last year, and have used very little since. It's a great little machine, and clearly well made, but it's just too small and underpowered for most of my day-to-day work. (Which is largely aluminum, but I need to make one .050" pass, not three .015" passes, for example.)
I have some new machines on the way (16" shaper, considerably larger horizontal, etc.) and I need the room, so I've put this unit up for sale.
However, I very much suspect that I won't be able to sell it for anywhere close to what I paid. I'm asking $700, which is already less, but I'm trying to price it to move- plus there's on on eBay right now, with more tooling and in better condition, for $500 current bid.
So I suspect I'll be stuck with it. But I don't need it anymore (it was kind of an impulse buy in the first place) and I need the room, so I've considered parting it out onto eBay.
I know that kind of thing has been argued here once or twice, with one side saying it's a waste of a good machine, and the other side saying that machines' loss, like an organ donor, can save any number of other machines that might simply need one or two parts.
On the other hand, I can also see managing to sell off one or two key items (say, the spindle and table, for example) and being stuck with the rest, now completely unusable and still taking up space.