Thanks for all your replies. I think it makes sense not to worry about trying to re-sell it later. Speculation can work out and also totally not (those with Pillars of the Earth games they are trying to sell are probably bummed out right now).
A bit off topic, but your listed reason for not getting or enjoying Fury of Dracula for yourself is that it is too long, and then you list you are excited to be getting Star Wars Rebellion and/or Mansions of Madness, both of which are long games with similar playtimes.
heh I can see why it might be confusing. I don't think I can really explain in detail what I mean. I guess the play length tolerances I (and my group) have are game specific rather than an overall rule that is applied to all situations. In my research for the game I realized that the potential for it to fall flat was higher than other games and part of that is the length.