I haven't posted here in months, but in the spirit of keeping the thread alive-- and the current sub-topic of identifying good-but-not-great deals, I will note that the Casio Edifice Bluetooth EQB900D-1A has been available on 'Bay for about 35-40% off of list price from sellers with 98% + feedback for two or three months now. I got one for $245, I'm really happy with it, and there still are a bunch of them available, though they probably won't be around forever.
At first glance, that does not seem that impressive-- this class of Bluetooth solar chronos has not been selling really well, and you might think twice about shelling out a quarter grand for one of these. The EQB501 got as low as $180 or so (though not the nicer color/bezel combinations, which didn't get much below $220), so it doesn't seem significant that the 900 is available for $240 or so.
However, I think the 900 is a much better, and under-rated, piece for a couple of reasons: It's the smallest case size of the Edifice Bluetooth Chrono lineup-- it really wears like a 42, and the 501 wears more like a 45-- and it has a useable light. The other nifty thing-- if you are driving late at night in an old sports car, and you left the watch in "timer" or "stopwatch" mode, and you don't want to take your eyes off the road to get back into normal watch mode (where the light is functional) because there is a double-beep cue that will tell you when you've cycled back to normal timekeeping. I also love the fact that in timer mode, the second hand moves [Ibackwards[/I]. You can check 'zon for my more OCD analysis of why I think this is a good watch in general, a far better watch than the 501d. I doubt the price will get much lower or that Casio will release something better in this price and size range, though no one has a crystal ball.