As you all know, Oakley sets prices on their glasses (retail) and sells them for this amount on their site as well as through all their official retailers and O stores. So for instance, if a pair of Frogskins go for $120.00 and you see them at an official Oakley retailer, that's how much that retailer will charge for them. I always assumed they "have a contract" with Oakley and if Oakley is selling that particular model for $120.00, they have to have it for sale for that same price (not less) at their store. However, I see there are many people (some are "real" store owners as well) that sell BNIB official Oakley products for much less then retail on eBay. Is this because they have less overhead costs (no real store to maintain, no employees to pay, etc) so they are able to sell them for less? Is this "o.k. with Oakley?"