Forget about Ebay. There have been so many scam auctions for DSLR's on Ebay that no one is bidding, afraid of getting ripped off. Midwest Camera in Columbus, OH or KEH in Atlanta are probably the best source for a quick sale, although you will take a hit selling to a dealer. Other that that you might try Photo.net classified.
I don't think that because of scam on eBay people would stay away from bidding DSLR. The reason is value price. DSLR is far more expensive than film SLR, so people have to think twice between buying the new one with guaranty and a used one. Take myself as example. I checked BH website for used equipment for D100 almost every day before November last year. They listed for $1200.00 just few hours then they've gone. I didn't buy it because I have to pay cash back to my credit card at the end of the month and they don't have guaranty. Cameta Camera sold hundreds of gray market D100 as "store demo" at $1299.00 on eBay with 1 year store guaranty. I almost bought it if they had replied my question if it's a gray market camera. Then I ended up with Ritz no interest for 12 months; a safe plan.
Like computer chip, DSLR is out of date really fast. How many of us want to buy a Canon D30, D60 or a Nikon D1, even at the price of Canon G5 or Nikon 5400? The demand is so low. But if the model is current, it still can be sold on eBay for more than 70% of retail price. List it with honest picutures, story of your camera, accept paypal, reasonable first bid... you will sell your gear fast on eBay. Last week, I read on the ad of Washington post for D100 with 2 lenses plus some extra things for $3500 or best offer; if I haven't bought my D100, I would call and offer $900 for the body only.
why are you so opposed to ebay? you will probably get the best price for it there because you have the largest pool of potential customers. better yet, if you know someone who is a seller on ebay, have them sell it because they will have a record of good sales. I rarely buy from sellers that have only a few sales