Gentlemen: This is now the 6th or 7th record I've purchased from the above-referenced site, and all but one have been not as advertised. I'm not talking about a discrepancy over grading here. Yesterday's final straw that showed up on my front stoop is the Rockin & Driftin LP by the Drifters on Atlantic 8022. It was purported in NM condition with the bullseye label, and after I emailed the seller to specifically confirm that it is in fact the bullseye label and not just mis-assigned description copy from an old ad (as is a maddeningly rampant practice on Discogs), the lady replied to say that yes; it is the bullseye label. I submitted my $40 best offer and she accepted. The record turns out to be in clean M- condition which is fine, and it has a decidedly strong smell of pachouli that will (hopefully) dissipate in short order...but it's the 1960s red/plum label. Is it the end of the world? No. In the whole scheme of things it doesn't matter all that much, but regardless of what some record collector book states as the value, I probably wouldn't have offered the $40 amount had I known it's the later label. I don't know if it's worth the hassle of sending it back on my dime for a refund, and the seller hasn't responded to my email in a day and a half at this point. Just frustrating that I took the extra step to say, "Hey, I know it states the bullseye label in your ad, but could you just confirm it for me before I make my decision?" If she doesn't know, fine; just say, "I really don't know what the bullseye label is, but the top half is red and the bottom half is purple" or "Here is a photo so you can see for yourself." Rant over. Thank you for commiserating.