I am supposed to be getting my new TV delivered today from Best Buy. Ordered it last week, and I "chose" the delivery date and time frame. I "chose" 7am - 1pm. I don't mind getting up early, I'd rather have the thing done early. Well guess what, it's 3:19 and NO TV STILL. Best Buy called this morning about 7:30am, leaving a message that said the delivery would be closer to 2pm. OK fine, that wasn't such a big deal. I went about my day, did some laundry, had a nice breakfast, and so on. Then about 1pm, I started to get antsy. I kept telling myself, it's not 2 yet, don't worry. Then 2pm came and went, as I got more and more annoyed. Finally at about 2:40, I did a Live Chat to find out what was up. Literally within seconds, my phone rang (COINCIDENCE, I think not). The rep tells me they're "very sorry, they are running late, at another client's right now, blah blah blah, so it's going to be closer to 4pm now". I blew up at the woman, saying, "Is it going to be today? It better be today, I took off of work for this and you said it would be closer to 2pm". I'm usually always willing to give the benefit of the doubt with these type of things, but not today, Satan. I was also researching how much is a good tip for this type of thing, and I came across a few posts that said Best Buy actually doesn't allow their delivery people and/or Geek Squad to accept tips. Before the debacle, I figured I'd still try to give them $10 each (that's what I have on me). But now I'm wondering if I should even bother. I'd like to make it $5 each but I literally just have the tens. I don't want to be that type of pissed off customer or be unreasonable, but it's annoying. I purposely scheduled early so I wouldn't waste the day waiting and that's exactly what has happened. So, let's hear it. What would YOU all do?