We ended up getting out of there after spending $40 between us. Here's what we got:
A non-AG pink ballerina outfit (modeled by my middle daughter's Felicity doll):
A non-AG blue fancy dress (modeled by my youngest daughter's well-loved Alexander Girlz doll):
Marisol's kitten and dance bag, including her water bottle and energy bar (the original box was included):
A doll-sized pink American Girl hat, pink and white American Girl shirt, and pink and white shoes (doesn't Rachel look ADORABLE in this?):
A matching girl-sized pink American Girl hat:
She also had a bunch of American Girl books, a really cute off-brand 18" doll bunk bed, an American Girl wheelchair, leg cast and crutches, 3 cami and undies doll-sized sets, Honey, girl and doll-sized Honey pjs, girl and doll-sized Mia pjs, and three dolls: Marisol, Rebecca, and My AG #29. There may have been more, but that's what I can remember.
I must confess, I was really tempted by Rebecca. I mean, not realistically tempted. She wanted $70 for her, which was a good price considering her condition, but way more than I could afford right now. I've always liked Rebecca, and this was the first time I'd seen one in person! I don't really need another doll, though (especially since I just bought Hayden), and Rebecca and Hayden have very similar coloring. All the same, it was kind of hard leaving her there. :}
Mom and I had a lot of fun. We took my three girls with us, and they were very well behaved, even though we didn't leave with everything they liked. ;) (I behaved myself, too.)
Maybe Rebecca won't sell and she'll lower the price.
Maybe pigs fly, too. ;)