well i bought the lens on ebay and it was described as: "THIS WIDE ANGLE LENS IS IN ABSOLUTELY EXCELLENT WORKING AND COSMETIC CONDITION. IT WAS VERY GENTLY USED AND SHOWS NO SIGNS OF WEAR. THE OPTICS ARE CLEAN, CLEAR AND ABSOLUTELY SCRATCH FREE. ALL THE FUNCTIONS WORK PERFECTLY AS INTENDED. NO MOISTURE OR FUNGUS INSIDE. TAKES BEAUTIFUL PICTURES. OVERALL A GREAT LENS AND READY TO USE." I recently used it on a couple rolls of film and i thought something was off when i could not focus properly in the viewfinder (i would focus on infinity, but everything in that range was out of focus -thought it just might be because it's a super wide angle lens). now that i develop a 16x16, focused the grain perfectly, it was still out of focus. I inspected it a little further to find that i could see little spots of haze inside the glass (mould?) and that the front element actually moves (i can hear it when i shake the lens and i can shift it about 2mm in either direction). i know the little spots probably do absolutely nothing in terms of focusing issues, but what about the seperation? i spent about $1200 on this lens and don't want to see that money go to waste. i have yet to contact the seller with this issue (luckily they live right down the street from me and i can see them face to face and actually show them). i'm hesitating on this because i know how salesmen are and if you're not armed with sufficient knowledge they'll say something like "well you must have dropped it to cause the separation and stored it in a moist area -too bad so sad". it is 30 days after i purchased the lens and have not dropped it or stored it in a moist area, but the auction says 3-day money back guarantee. is this my fault for not making this print within 3 days and then finding a problem? any suggestions on how i might go about this? i guess the worst case scenario is that i have it serviced for a couple hundred dollars?