So I have been noticing that there are wide variations in the interpretations of conditions of Oakley's when being bought off "the bay" or any other place other than Oakley direct. I have recently noticed that the descriptions no longer seem to mean what they used to a few years back (BNIB, LNIB, Used, Needs repair,etc.). I just wanted to know what you folks thought the condition of a sunglass should be using these descriptions. I know there will be varying opinions but I'm thinking there is a certain minimum standard to be met for each criteria in most peoples minds. Ex: If an x metal has scratches/chips in the lens and loose arms would you consider this to be LNIB? I wouldn't. Just curious to get other experts opinions on what they view the standard to be met in order to be classified fairly in a certain condition. For me using the descriptions above my thinking is: BNIB: Brand new never worn with no damage at all LNIB: Used but pretty much no way of telling by looking or wearing the item Used: -Excellent: slight marks on lens but almost imperceptible minor wear on frames -Good: marks on lens but does not impact vision, some wear on frames Needs repair: major damage to either lenses or frames or both.