I tend to agree with this. ^^ But then, what do I know?
For real though...many of the listings that I have peaked at over the past 6 months or so are, to me, well above anything that I would feel comfortable paying per acre. For many, nearly all, of them...they are far less than ideal setups in my mind, for instance:
1. Multiple neighbors sharing long lengths of mutual boundary.
2. Weird "carve outs" where the seller is reserving some portion of the land being sold, presumably for a house, or future building site. But this is making for some peculiar "shapes" of properties. Imagine sitting in your deer stand, waiting for a nice buck to come down the trail and then "BOOM, BOOM, BOOM, etc", from the neighbor target shooting out behind the barn...only they are only 150 yards from your sanctuary, YET, pretty near the center of your slice of heaven.
3. Multiple draws that continue off of the property listed and terminate in the neighbors' field(s). Setting up a prime opportunity for "fence sitters", etc, especially if they are savvy enough to put some food on the end of the draw.