I've been lucky in that all of my craigslist dealings, except for scammers who I ignore, have been good. I sold my Mesa Boogie amp to a nice young man from Pittsburgh (I live in Charles Town, WV). He asked for a video of me playing the amp so he could see that it worked (very reasonable request). Then he asked for a specific tone (also reasonable). Then he asked if I would be willing to meet him an hour from my house (I was happy to oblige). He even offered me gas money, which I thanked him for but declined. He showed up, handed me cash, with no attempt at renegotiating our deal, I helped him load the amp and extension speaker into his car and off he went. There are plenty of nice, honest people out there. I must be a magnet for them because I haven't had a bad craigslist experience yet in 10 years of buying and selling. Of course, having said that, my next deal will be a bummer.