It really doesn't require that much patience. The prices come down very quickly. My current computer is a laptop. My CPU is more than adequate (intel i7) as is my RAM (8 GB), but my GPU is lacking. The laptop is a couple of years old. I had a friend take a look at it, and he is the one that determined that the GPU can't handle the game even at it's lowest settings. Also, since it is a laptop, I can' just swap out the GPU. Warhammer typically does extremely well over time. Part of this reason is that GW raise their prices so often. So even if you take a bit off the value for being "used", often the price hikes make up for most of it. In the case of Tomb Kings and other things that are discontinued (but still popular), they can actually go up in value (The Juan Diaz daemonette sculpts are a prime example). Also, if the models are expertly painted (definitely doesn't apply to me), they can be sold for above retail, and in some cases significantly above retail. A few months back I saw a Tomb Kings Sphinx that was painted to a very high standard sell for nearly $1000.