I'm going to withhold the name of the seller for now, since they may make good on this, but assuming they don't, I could use a little info on what I've received. What I was bidding on, as described in the ad, was a Squier Standard Telecaster, with a maple fretboard. The pictures backed this up, although they were apparently recycled from an earlier listing by the same seller. The seller assured me in communication that the pictures accurately showed what I'd receive, albeit not the exact unit shown. What was shown was, in fact, a Squier Standard, with string-through body and everything I wanted. The seller's feedback has been solidly positive, with 1 negative and 4 neutrals in one year, so with their assurance that the pictures were accurate, I felt OK bidding. What I received, was an Affinity. At $190 plus shipping, the price was not unreasonable for a used Standard with a semi-rigid case, especially since it had the maple fretboard I wanted. At that price, though, it's a poor deal for me to have received a used Affinity, missing its switch cap and is in dire need of new strings and a good cleaning. I tuned her up and I have to say she felt good. The neck felt natural in my hands, and she sounded good through my Champion 600, if not as hot as I'd like. So, assuming that the seller is NOT going to make good on this, or assuage my feelings with a rebate or reverb pedal, what have I got? How different is Affinity from Standard? Assuming I keep her, I'll want to make some upgrades eventually. Is the body a different thickness? She doesn't have a belly contour, which I thought Affinities did. How difficult is it to switch to a string-through bridge? I have a good drill press and know to measure thrice (twice isn't enough) and cut once. I'm babbling here, I know, but it's frustrating and this is the second shakey deal I've hit on eBay in three months.