Would you vinyl record and CD sellers tell the SHF community what constitute reasonable shipping costs from your country to the main regions you ship to? The issue is, some shipping costs we see are so low that we wonder whether that vinyl record or CD will come wrapped in tin foil if anything at all; on the other hand, some are so high we wonder whether the vinyl record or CD comes wrapped in gold dust or the seller might be playing games. We want to avoid "it depends". So, how do we do this? Your choice, but I'd suggest something along the lines of: From [state your domestic country]: Domestic: within [domestic country]: x (without tracking)/ y (with tracking*) Regional: within [trade bloc/region/continent e.g., EU/Europe]: x (without tracking)/ y (with tracking*) International: to all other destinations, x (without tracking)/ y (with tracking*) * or whatever risk-minimizing, buyer-comfort-affording pricier mailing system of choice State "x" and "y" above as indicative reference so that anything significantly below buyers should enquire seller how exactly does he plan to send your purchase, while anything significantly above buyers should enquire the reason why it shipping costs so much (and signal that they're aware of shipping market prices). These should be all-in costs including sensible and adequate packaging (no pizza boxes for vinyl or plain letter envelopes for CDs). Do you think this is workable? Please adjust for your country and you might copy some of your fellow countryman's suggestions.