Very odd thing happened this evening. Saw an item listed on eBay: "Panasonic GF5 two lens kit", from a seller in Thailand. Describes the GF5, the kit 14-42mm, and also the 14mm pancake. Described as "used", no further explanation. Has a single image . . . of a Nikon lens. Starting bid of $34, including free shipping. The guy's got ZERO feedback as a seller, only a few as a buyer. So I figure what the heck, and put in the minimum bid to see what happens. Lo and behold I actually win the bid. $34! Including shipping! I mean, if it's really a GF5 with two lenses it's got to cost more than $34 to ship it from Thailand to the US. I look in my inbox and see I've won the item. I pay immediately, like I always do, with PayPal. Two minutes later I get a "request to cancel" request from the seller, with no reason given. I decline, and I get an automatic reply from eBay saying the case is now "closed". So . . . what did I just do? If I were a betting man I'm guessing I just threw away $34, which I can eventually recover using eBay's Buyer Protection process. Won't know until darn near October, since the expected arrival of the item is in 4 weeks (must be sending by mule or something). Or maybe I bought a pile of broken glass and pieces of plastic ("used", remember?!). Who knows!