For those who sell LP's to overseas buyers or heavy audio equipment, Ebay just put the kabash on all of that with their wonderful new policy. By the end of the year all sellers will responsible for return postage if a buyer claims an item is not as described. So if you sell an LP to somebody in Europe and they decide they don't like it you will A) give them their money back for the LP B) give them back the $20-30 postage they paid C)give them the $20-30 back for their return postage. Total loss: $40-60. But hey you get your record back! Expensive shipping on audio equipment would be a nightmare as well. Colossally stupid. How can one formally successful company make soooo many bad policy decisions over the years? I find it hard to fathom and I suspect there will be an uproar over this latest one.