In a vacuum where the 3060 regularly goes for $600 on second hand markets, it seems like ~$400-$450 is a likely landing point for this guy.
Right up next to the 6600, and let's face it nvidia has long been able to command a premium vs AMD gpus so that makes sense.
But DLSS! lol.
During this shortage I bought a 1070 FE and a GTX 1660 DDR5 6GB and they both felt underwhelming, and then I got hold of a solidly clocked EVGA GTX 980ti and while it might burn some power it dusted them both in Borderlands 3, my game of choice. I guess I am saying I feel like a 1070 is in a no mans land for performance comparison - you get to turn up some sliders but not all of them even at 1080p.
If you can get it directly at ~$350 that seems like a "deal" in todays market. $250 is a myth, imo. Nvidia just couldn't price it at $330+ without admitting that the 3060 MSRP was also a myth. Happy hunting! I'll pull the trigger if I see the right one.