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I'd pretty much agree with Mike here.
If you buy a fork thats been used a season for the price you stated above, you're probably going to want to have it serviced before you really use it. With that being the case, the price of purchase plus a rebuild or whatever will be nearing the cost of a brand new, even better fork.
Keep your eyes open for sales on RockShox Psylos. They go around $220 usually, they last, they're relatively light, and they can handle anything from XC to light freeride.