I've just made a purchase of eBay for an all solid (spruce on mahogany) dread. The ad states that it's exceptional handcrafted quality. RRP $699, I paid $370 shipped to my door (from the Chinese warehouse) Upon opening the box and playing it for a week, I've noticed - - The saddle needed shaving. I've done this, and brought the strings back to a good height over the 12th fret - MOP inlays in the neck aren't flush with the neck surface - MOP inlays have a small brown stain on one of them - The dots on the side of the neck appear to be put on with a Sharpie, and look like they've run under the finish - There was a small ding in the abolone inlay around the edge of the soundboard. - The electronics are identical to ones that sell on eBay for $15 shipped from Hong Kong. But they are long and skinny and I can't find anything else that will fit in the hole in the side. Now I know that none of these things are more than cosmetic (bar the saddle and electronics), but was I expecting too much? I've made the seller aware of these and he has offered to refund my outlay plus shipping, or replace it with something else from his range (fairly limited) So, do I press on with it, modding and changing, OR cut and run?