So I recently won an auction on Reverb earlier today for a rare used MIM tele. The original item description was brief but the pics in the ad all looked good and the condition was listed as "Very good". I sent the money to the seller and a couple of hours later, I get a message from him disclosing of some chips and nicks throughout the body. He sent several pictures of the damage which includes cracking or scuffing at the strap button, a chip in the paint by the input jack which is deep enough to expose the wood, a couple of nicks at the top of the headstock, and paint cracking by the neck pocket. There are some minor paint scratches on the back of the body, but those don't bother me. Now if this was a more common color, I would have already told this guy forget it. But it's a rare color & I got it for a pretty good deal. I'm torn on what to do. On the one hand, none of these defects were disclosed in the original ad which makes me think this is kind of a bait-and-switch tactic. However, he did tell me about these problems shortly after I paid for it and included detailed pics. What would you do in this situation? Thanks in advance!