Looks like I've run into a scam, after 21 years of successful Ebay purchases and sales. I sold a 1980's US made classic (I'll keep it anonymous for now), well described, but modified professionally. Fully divulged everything. I also included the parts to convert it back to stock, which was my intention. Pack it professionally, double boxed, in a hard case, etc. Buyer has it a few days, I assume all is good. I get an email last night, accusing me of being a thief, that the conversion was poor, and that the "electronics aren't right". Really nasty email. Then I get another email thru the official Ebay channel, requesting a return as not-described, much more civil tone. That alerted me right there. So I right back, telling him there's no need to get inflamed, I'll take care of it, and if he's changed his mind and doesn't want it, I'll refund the amount, and I offer him a partial refund to adjust for supposedly bad pickup. KEEP IN MIND, he got this guitar for LESS THAN HALF the low market value, which is also why I was alerted. Then I get another email, that says the pickups are dead - now I've got a red flag. So I write back, and let him know, I pre-identified the parts just in case someone wants to pull a swap and return to rob vintage parts. I also indicate he should make sure the original parts are on the guitar and its in the same exact condition as shipped, or there will be no refund. He should have just accepted the return. I go back and see what his typical Ebay activity is, and its games, lots of gaming merchandise. Not that it matters, but I've never had someone react this way, and curious what kind of cat tries something like this. Anybody had this happen? What would you do? I hope Ebay does the right thing if he did swap parts. If I get the guitar back and its complete, I'll just refund the guy, and relist it. Otherwise, I think he bought it as-is, in good faith, and I deny a refund.