Also, if ou were purchasing a hive like this, how much would it be worth to you to pay for it? I think the price is quite reasonable, but I'm interested in everyone's opinions on here.
The price is directly related to the history of the comb (How old, etc.), whether strip mite control or the equivalent "pour in method" of the same bottles chemicals was used (affects queen viability, longevity, etc.), and other factors to include where these bees came from originally. Are these queens from the islands or Australia that have queens with no history of survivor genetics and selection? Is this a beekeeper who claims no "recent" AFB problems, but for the fact he treats regularly to suppress it, and will you do the same? (If not, you may find yourself with problems.
On the surface, a price is just a price. Some prices sound good, and some do not. A price may peak my interest or suggest it's a fair price, but the value of what you are buying goes beyond the price.
And yes, most will say what you want to hear. Myself, commercial migratory beekeepers are the last people I would be buying hives and comb from.
So how much do you know about this beekeeper and operation? Have you known him long? It's rather easy to forget such good advice as "Know who you buy bees from, the operation, and what you are getting", once someone throws out a good price in front of you.