So, hypothetically (or maybe not hypothetically) let's say I have a horn I want to sell, and overall it's a solid, nice playing horn, but it has a couple of dents in the bell. Is it worth it to have the dents removed before selling it, or should I try to sell it as-is? On one hand I think that it would be a wash - I'd probably pay the difference in what I could sell it for as-is as opposed to the extra I could ask if I got a good tech to do the dent work. On the other hand, I think if I got the dents removed I'd have a lot more interest in the horn - most people don't really want a fixer-upper. Thoughts?