Ok, the fact that i got no sleep last night doesn't help the matter, but come on! As mentioned in the Pre-Loved Apparel thread, I use eBay quite a bit for shopping. I get 50 kinds of irate when sellers give me grief about the fact that I live in Puerto Rico. I mean, stay in school, people! Puerto Rico is regular United States Postal Service. This is an American territory. The U.S. Post Office here is, in fact, a U.S. Post Office where it is required that one speak perfect English in order to work. I just got a message from someone from whom I bought a shirt on line explaining that they wanna' charge me $15.95 (the shirt cost me $10) to, "ship internationally." No wonder we Americans get the rep we get when traveling overseas. Never mind knowing about other countries and other peoples; How about knowing about your own country and your own peoples! You'll notice I highlighted the we a couple of sentences back to emphasize that as much as some people might hate it, this little island is, without a doubt, part of America. Ok, done now. End rant. EDIT ~ I just realized that I did not make it clear that the eBay seller is a U.S. seller, and a "power seller" no less. Must not take too much to get that title on eBay.