First of all; I'm not greedy, I had fun and wanted to see if I could get a PS3 with all the difficulties. I feel good in accomplishing my goal, and at this point I want to sell it, make some money for my troubles, and be done with it. I don't care if I don't make $2000 on it. It was worth it, and I accomplished my goal (get a PS3 on launch day), and it was fun (even if it was long, hard, and tedious). Anyway, I put it up on eBay again and it sold for $810 + $40 shipping, so basically $850 (minus eBay fees, minus shipping). HOWEVER...the winning bidder has only ONE feedback, off an item bought this month. The second place bidder (at $801) has 335 positive feedbacks. I clearly put "Please have at least 5 Feedbacks to bid" in my item description. Now, I've never sold anything for this much on eBay. What do I have to do to protect myself from scammers? Be very detailed please, as I'll have to ship out the system tomorrow morning. (I also have a local buyer willing to pay $750 for it, as that's all he has. After eBay fees and shipping the profit difference isn't that much. Is it safer to tell the guy, "I said don't bid if you have less than five feedback" and cancel the deal? The low feedback has me uneasy) Any advice is MOST appreciated. Thanks.