I am kind of new to this wholesale, dropship, liquidation thing, but I am not new at eBay, so I would like to give my 2 cents :)
First for Electr0nics4you,
I checked out your auctions and first thing I noticed was that you have no (0) feedback. A lot of people will look at that and run for the hills right away. I would suggest to get some feedback, buy a few things on eBay that don't cost much of nothing, say like 0.99 cents...maybe ebooks or something just to get your feedback started so people won't see a big goose egg when they visit your auction.
Next, with the dropshipper thing. I would suggest that you open a store because it would be easier to list things for buy it now prices and not pay as much for listing it. Maybe I'm wrong on this and if so, someone please let me know, but I think it would be a good idea to create a 'buy it now' item in your store, then throw the same thing up in an auction, but list it for only like 0.99 cents to start the bid and no reserve (less bids when you put up a reserve price). Then add a link inside that auction that points to the same item that's in your store with the 'buy it now' price. That way, if someone visits your auction and don't want to wait for the 7 days, then they could click the link, go to your store, and buy it now. I must say, you might lose out a little money on the auction because it may or may not close above or below what you have to actually pay for the item yourself, but it would drive people to your storefront if they are actually wanting to purchase that item.
Also, your auctions are too plain with the same ole boring 'Generic Description'. You should write the description yourself or give it your own little touch to break free from the norm. Yes, this will take a little work, but that's what we are in it for, no one said it would be that easy...wait, except for those fake wholesalers and dropshippers that I've messed with in the past :)
Anyways, that's my advice. I am great with auction templates and format, so let me know if you need any help.