I would like to trade my MoneyPak (have not purchased it yet but will be between $100-$150 USD), for your bitcoins at current market value of $8.23 / BTC.
MoneyPak are only available in the U.S. There is a minimum fee of $5 (or maybe $4 at Walmart).
For the range between $100 and $150, it would either be cheaper or about the same price to use one of the services like BitInstant. Cash deposits for BitInstant, AurumXChange, Get-Bitcoin, and others can be made at major banks, 7-11, Walmart, CVS and more.
Why MoneyPak then?
And to get the best rate, your best deal is to use BitFloor, deposit cash at a Chase bank, and then buy at market (which is oftentimes a little below Mt Gox's even, due to BitFloor having such fantastic support for USD withdrawals.) So you could save a few bucks going with BitFloor even.
So ... I'm stumped. Why MoneyPak?