Hi All, I'm a bit stumped about how to handle a bad ebay situation, and thought I'd ask folks here. I figure I'm not the only person faced w these situations, and that we as a community might eventually develop a general strategy for dealing w bad sellers. I bought a lens a couple of months ago, the communications were bad from the start, but eventually got a total and about a month after the auction ended, got a lens. Unfortunately, just 'a' lens, not the 14inch artar I'd bought, just some anonymous anastigmat in a different focal length. Obvious seller mistake, wrote the guy several times, eventually started calling and talking to him, he said he'd take care of it. I waited 1.5 months, nothing, sent another email, the guy didn't remmember the story, or maybe it's his daughter answering emails now, who knows (I'm trying to make a long story short). Bottom line, I'm out $60, don't want to put any more energy into this whole deal, and don't want to leave negative feedback because he'll probably just retaliate, which in the long run, if I want to sell stuff on ebay, will cost me more than the 60 bucks. I thought of just publishing his ID here and on LFPhoto, but am unsure of the forums' policy regarding this kind of thing. I'm guessing I'm not alone in this, and was wondering if we could start a bad sellers list, or some other such device, to help each other out in a way that avoids the pitfalls of ebay feedback. I know I'd like to have such a list for my own use, as it would save mee some trouble and reflect real photo people's experience better than ebay feedback. What do you all think?