I vaguely recall an on-site demo from Aperio some years ago in residency, which seemed pretty slick at the time. I really think if you're talking about that kind of big budget item you're likely to want the service contract, and I don't know what's available as far as that goes with used items not bought direct or from an authorized reseller. Plus there may be some software licensing issues with the scanning component; they have a free viewer though, which is actually pretty nice. Unfortunately the refusal by most medical/med-tech companies to publicize any semblance of a price plan for their big budget products means you really have no idea whether to hope or how to plan, and the design of marketing and sales is aimed at entangling those who call and might have the resources to make it worth their while. Yes, I find it rather annoying to search for such things and not find any answers without submitting a formal request which is usually followed by several telephone calls and "what's your budget?" questions, when all I want is a friggin' ballpark so I can comparison shop without wasting a month or more of my life. Been there, done that. I have various guesses as to why most clients don't seem to offer what they paid, but most of those are rude guesses I simply can't back up.