Sorry if this is in the wrong forum. Been buying some more LPs via Discogs lately as most stores in my city are closed for browsing. I’ve been alarmed lately at the mis-ratings of discs I get. 5-6 straight M or NM listings purchased (usually sealed or “like new”) only to get them and have seam splits, major shelf wear, heavily dinged corners or in one sellers case two warped 12” that are full of noise. Fairly noticeable stuff that you might mention in a listing. Seriously, I know way bigger issues on Earth right now to get upset over dinged corners and I respect anyone who is willing to set foot inside a post office at this time so some credit must be given there but please just LIST YOUR LPs ACCURATELY! end rant. So do you rate sellers without letting them know beforehand? Give them a chance to explain? I’m sick of small refunds. I want the LP in the condition you listed it at the price you listed it for! Keep in mind I’m not talking skips on a sealed record or even surface noise on a VG+ that should have been play tested. I’m just going to start calling them in the ratings like I see them. Anyone take this approach? If I don’t it’s just gonna be more like eBay if it already hasn’t.