I recently spoke to a few car buds and we all seem to agree. If you are selling a car and the interested parties only want to text back and forth without a phone call it generally is a non serious interest. Our conversation about texters and picture seekers seems to be a common thing . I usually request the inquiring party to give me a call , it is a lot easier and you can go over pictures if needed. I gather there are those who are at work and want to browse the net and look at pictures either on lunch or at their desks. I guess I'm old school and miss the days of reading the local ads and checking Hemmings , making the call and going to see the car. Nothing wrong with the convenience of sending pics and communicating through the net but our conclusion was that texters usually are not buyers. Just our opinion.