I bought the White Album and Rubber Soul both (both still sealed) on eBay from different vendors. Both had warping but I could tolerate it. Then I bought Magical Mystery Tour (still sealed). It was so badly warped the cartridge bounced around and quivered. Now the listing said there would be no returns on sealed items. When it arrived, I opened it but did not play it, looked ok so I gave the seller + feedback. Afterwards, come to place the record on the turntable and found that is badly warped. This is not an acceptable warp. Contacted the seller and of course, he refused. I told him you could not notice any defects until you opened it. Still refused and no compromise, and sadly feedback had already been exchanged. What do you think? Needless to say, I’m going to examine records on the get go before anything is said. I lost $175 on this. Do you folks want to know what his eBay handle is? He wasn’t very nice. He went as far as saying I have a bad turntable, which I definitely don’t. But really, those 180s are pretty nice when they’re not warped and they often do have warping. So buyer beware. That’s all.