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I currently have a 3-year old xbox 360. Non-HDMI with 20gb hard drive.
I was recently given $500 in tokens to the local mega-mall by my awesome firm.
I want to get a new Xbox Elite, but I'm concerned about transferring my data. Concerned why? Because I'd like to trade in my old xbox at gamestop and bring home the Elite, thereby not letting me have both consoles in the same place at the same time. I know, we all hate gamestop, but if I'm not that confident that I'll get $70 on craigslist for a 3-year old console when there are newer 60gb HDMI's out there for $100-ish.
I suppose my question has several parts:
1. How much is my model of xbox (working, with all the accessories) worth at gamestop? I am led to believe $70.
2. Does gamestop only do in-store credit, or can I get cash?
3. Are the data transfer cables still free from MS?
4. If you were in my position of wanting a new xbox, what would you do?
Also, I can't decide between Forza 3 or Assassin's Creed 2.