I think a new FS/FT rule should be implemented. This would cut down on the post count in the threads, enable mods to be able to moderate the forums more effectively and help sellers price their items more efficently. Sellers the majority of times list an item at the price they would be willing to sell for, although especially with these forums there is a tenancy to over price the item as haggling is hard. If someone has listed an item for £100, it is unlikely they are going to accept £50 and if they did then perhaps they shouldn't have been allowed to list the item at £100. If someone lists a DVD for £3, they aren't going to accept £1 for it because they would lose money after postage.
I think there should be a rule that state "all offers of purchase should be at a minimum of 50% of the sellers asking price". The way the FS/FT boards are working at times, there is almost a reverse auction going on. An item is listed for say £100, knowing that the price is too high but that offers will come in for it and they can choose the highest offer and get the best price. Auctions like this shouldn't be allowed to exist.
I hope I've explained this well enough, and look forward to a responce from the team (and everyone else!). Of course, the percentage is debateable and could easily be raised to 60%. I just think it would help things alot more, and stop the stupid offers we have around the forums at times. If this is something your not going to implement, then a simple post just with a brief explaination and I won't keep bumping the thread until we get an answer :)