It was $149 yesterday.
Personally, I would rather see a "Buy-It-Now" start very high and step down incrementally until it sells, than agonize through an auction.
As a buyer, I like a "sure thing" and if the price is too high, I simply don't buy.
As a seller, I think that this technique finds higher prices, more consistently, than auctions do.
And, for a seller, there is not that danger of having to let it go too cheap because of a lack of bids.
But, as a buyer, you will not get a bargain this way.
There is a completely different dynamic operating between firm pricing and auctions.
PS/BTW - I think that $125 is about the right price point for this one.