I will have an extra 32GB AT&T LTE on Friday, as it was upgraded to a 64GB after purchase, but the 32GB had already been prepped for shipping. It is (unfortunately) engraved with a random business name. Apple was quite helpful, has already sent an e-return form, and I have 14 days to send it back or bring it to a brick and mortar store for a refund. I figured I would test the market first, (Why not, right?) though I know the engraving will probably be a deal breaker for the majority. It is all about playing the odds. I will try the local CL first for a couple of days, then add eBay. I have two questions. The first concerns eBay. I notice the worldwide shippers have more bids ... right now almost all of the bids, which is understandable, though I know it is still early in the game. Does anyone have any thoughts about countries to avoid if I do post? Can I be safe with most/all of the countries on the eventual rollout? Thoughts? I wonder about days or possibly weeks in foreign customs, shady local officials, and/or sticky fingers by delivery people. Obviously I would insure for max, send tracking info (in US at least) and get confirmation for delivery. I have read tons of shipping info on the USPS site, but I am looking for past experiential data. The second question is about Craigslist. I would probably shoot for a meeting in a local, very nice bar/ restaurant, from brunch to happy hour-ish, where I used to bartend, know the whole staff, some of the guests, and probably have a tasty adult beverage when I arrive early. Anyone have prior experience with an iPad or other high ticket item on Craigslist? For those who have done this, do you call/ text them to connect last minute? I am not big on handing out the cell number, period. In the CL e-mails I would probably try to set up a time, then have the buyer ask the bartender if (my fake name) was there yet. I am a big guy, and I believe in the good in people, but I am also not up for having to fight a stranger, or getting jumped for the cash I was just paid. Any info, thoughts, or related stories are appreciated.