I feel that it's time I put what I do out in the open for everyone to know.I enjoy auctions. I bid frequently. And I often don't win the auction I am bidding on.When I see an auction that is grossly under priced I make a bid. More often than not I do not need nor truly want any of the items, but I do it in the hopes I can win in order to resell them cheap. Often times I get into bidding wars with others and once the price reaches a level that I deem "fair" or too high for me to break even on I cease my bidding. Some may call this "bumping" the price, but I see it as a way for me to get the individual auctioning their goods up to a price that feels rewarding. Nobody can deny that seeing your full set of high level enchanted armor sell for 4k is quite depressing, but seeing it sell for 20k gives a sense of accomplishment and that one's time and effort was appreciated.I understand this is the nature of auctions, but does my desire to get people a decent price on their goods make me a bad or dishonest person? Is the fact that I go into auctions without the desire to personally use the goods wrong? Or even the fact that I don't truly care to win the auction?My only goal is to get auctions to a price where people feel rewarded for their time. If this is wrong or dishonest then let me know. When I make a bid I fully intend to pay the amount I set forth. I never make false/fake bids nor do I coerce people to bid more than myself. If I am in the wrong here I am not quite sure what I have done. But maybe my moral compass is slightly askew?To top all that off if I try to sell the picks I win either at or less than "fair" market value. My goal here is to allow new members/ members with little money the opportunity to buy high level picks at a discounted rate. Because, let's face it, xp grinding is one of the most boring things you can do on Minecraft.Overall I am merely trying to make the auctioneers feel like their time and effort was appreciated and well rewarded while also trying to supply discounted enchanted picks to the rest of the community.I apologize for the length of this post. And would greatly appreciate feed back.