Gotta love it when "the system" works! Thanks to my eagle-eyed A&M Corner pals, they spotted yet another auction for what was a homemade compilation of Herb Alpert tracks. It was so "home brew", it was laughable. Amateur use of an image editor program. Here's the first one we found: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2562275564&category=43622 We tried to warn the buyer, but got a curt reply of, "And you are?" Sheesh. Second listing: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=43622&item=2566934479 There was another one listed a few weeks ago that was pulled. Then just a few days ago, we spotted yet another attempt. This time, he added that he "bought these CD-Rs in Sri Lanka". Yeah, and the moon rises in the west. I not only reported it to eBay under the CD-R rule, I turned the seller in to the RIAA via their special e-mail address. The RIAA has listed themselves as a VeRO participant. Information about all VeRO participants is here: http://pages.ebay.com/help/community/vero-aboutme.html In short, if they are on the list, you can report offending auctions to them. I don't care to "burn" the seller unless they are a repeat offender, in which case I think they should have their accounts terminated. But I like to stop these auctions to protect the seller more than anything.