Hello-- I stumbled across one of the more uncommon Bo Diddley LPs--and perhaps my favorite of his long players--from the early 60s that was offered by a low-feedback seller. It appears from the photos to be cleaner than my copy, and amazingly, nobody else bid at $5. I paid immediately a week ago, and I just got an odd message from the gentleman yesterday: "So sorry, but I sent you the wrong record. Open a case, and when it arrives, I will try to get you the right one. Sorry again and thanks." I was confused:"try" to get the right one to me...? I responded to request clarification, and he told me he mixed up two record purchases inadvertently; that when he gets both returned, he will re-route them correctly to the other buyer and me. Two things. I noted right away that the tracking number provided shows that he paid for postage but USPS was still awaiting possession of it. Secondly, if I open a case for him to pay return postage, the deal will be closed. I don't want my $5 back: I want the record. When I again wrote to tell him the tracking number shows it not to have been shipped yet, he replied to say they must not have scanned it in yet. That was yesterday, and the tracking number right now still shows USPS awaiting possession of the package. Is this likely an end-around from a seller who decided after that he doesn't want to go through with the deal for a mere $5? I'm not sure of the best way to proceed, though I guess if he ultimately doesn't want to sell the record for the $5, all I can do is get my few dollars back, drop a negative feedback, and move on. Any other advice?