I mean, if it's all unopened (which I am assuming), then here's what I suggest. We get a couple people interested and one person acting in person.

We all say what we want to put in, and what we want from it. For example, I want the two EVGA 770s, one of the internal HHDs, one of the 4770s (not K), and a motherboard. If I were to buy that myself, it'd be about 1200. So I'll put in $1200.

If you want the 4770k and the 3770k, that'd be like $500, so you put in $500.

Together we've got the minimum bid. Say someone else joins in, and wants a GTX770 and a 4770k, they put in 600.

That's 2300, so we bid that, and if we win, everyone gets what they went in for. Then we take the remaining items, put it on ebay, or sell it here for cheap (say like $250 per unopened 4770.) and it'd go like hotcakes, and we'd easily make all of our money back (that's a thousand bucks for the four 4770s alone).

So we invested, get the items, and get our money back. Then if things sell for more than the invested amount, we split it by percentage of the original investment.

If our winning bid was 2000, and I put in 1200 of the 2000, my investment was 60%.

We all get our items, and then we sell the rest for $3000, everyone gets their investment back, and we have $1000 left. I get 60% of the profit, and everyone else gets the amount equal to their percentage of the total investment.

I have no problem organizing the money, and selling the items, or simply investing so somebody near atlanta can sell it. We just need to find someone in that area in the next 14 hours.