A month of so ago I sold a couple of studio strobe grids and agreed to ship them to Mexico. Silly me. Total value about $60. The tracking shows that they got to Mexico City around Christmas time and then disappeared. Buyer filed a complaint. Too bad for him, I thought, as once my shipment has been accepted by the carrier it is no longer my problem. Yesterday I got a demand letter from eBay, even threatening collections (!), if I did not pony up the $60 that they decided to refund to the buyer. To add insult to injury, they are not even offering to refund the auction and PayPal fees that I paid on the original sale. So I am now responsible for the performance of the Mexican postal system? Anyone thinking about selling on eBay be very careful! Try selling here, try selling on CraigsList, try selling on Fred Miranda, try selling on Amazon. Even though eBay sellers pay the bills, it is eBay's policy to screw them whenever possible. From tight controls on how listings can be written to not allowing sellers to require that buyers pay credit card fees and, now, to outright theft ... grr .... Bad place.