Anyone else Impressed by Blizzard's work on the AH? Last night I was looking at the Auction House, and I came to realize that Blizzard had done a very good job with it. It has certainly come a long way. I think the inherent ease-of-use and accessibility will make it viable for many non-hardcore/casual players to use Real Money in the game. Much more so than I initially thought. - The interface is extremely simple and easy to use (I love the Category-structure) - The AH Storage concept is very intelligent. - The way Commodities are pooled for easy selling and buying is brilliant. - The variable fee structures depending on item-type - Searching for equipment is a monumentally hard thing to do in a Diablo game due to random affixes, stats etc. The concept of choosing your character and having it filter out the stuff that is well-below your current equipment etc is very smart and goes a long way. I really can't think of any other features that it needs, or any changes that would benefit it further. Seems like they have everything covered. It's elegant and practical, and I think they could've done a lot worse.