You might, especially if you will let the order fill in portions. I do that on these very thinly traded stocks. You would be suprised how many retailers will just hit that market sell order button without realizing the width of the bid/ask spread. First shares of GPIC I ever got were about 60 cents below the quoted price because of this kind of activity. True you could pay a more in commissions, but at least you get the price you want.