I have nothing against profiteering depending on the situation of the buyer. I have done some profiteering myself, having flipped a couple keyboards off the classifieds here and run a group buy I made a small profit off of. I'm a high school kid who is currently not looking to get a job due to a rigorous load, college applications, and familial concerns. That being said, I will work to make some money if I see an opportunity. I view cheap boards or low run keys as an investment, and I fully expect them to at the very least cover themselves. While some of you guys seem like very nice chaps, and I will probably be more than willing to work with you on pricing, I'm by no means looking to take a good deal on something that there is a very low supply of and forward that deal to someone else, unless I really like them.
All that being said, I will definitely be looking for a job come the end of January as my first semester winds down and I have time to do so. That doesn't necessarily mean I will stop buying and selling keyboards entirely, but if I have a steady source of income otherwise, I'm going to be far less inclined to make a profit off keyboards. Depending on how things go, I'll probably pull a bongoojingie and donate a portion of proceeds to GH.
tl;dr: If you don't have a steady income, I'm not gonna frown on profiteering. If you do, then I can't find as much of a reason to justify it without at least giving something back to the community. And I need a job.
P.S. I had an opportunity to buy a vader key. I passed on it, since I couldn't bring myself to spend $50 on one key, even though I knew I would make my money back. I hope whoever got it was a chap who wanted it for their board, not to sell it.