Oh man. My dreams of Apple ownership were rocked to the core this afternoon when the UPS guy delivered my powerbook. I won it off of eBay for $1670 shipped. Looks like I may have been a victim of a bait 'n switch. Here's what happened: What was advertised in the auction and what I received were two TOTALLY different Powerbooks. The one advertised had MUCH higher performance specs than what I was shipped. I am so upset right now--- The seller has great feedback, and I trusted him 100%. The seller stated he was selling an 800 Mhz Powerbook with 768 MB of RAM, 40GB, yadayadayada (see below for comparisons). The deal also included a 5GB iPod (I already own a 10Gb, so this was a bonus). After receiving and inspecting the powerbook, I am spinning with anger, because the specs are MUCH lower than what was advertised. I spoke with the seller on the telephone (just after auction end, before I received the Powerbook), and he re-iterated all the specs he advertised on eBay confidently, so I am hoping this may be a mistake. He sells a lot of computers and *hopefully* shipped the wrong one. If not, do I have any legal recourse in getting my $$ back? His auction terms state "all sales final unless DOA." Well, it's not DOA, but TOTALLY mis-represented!!!!!!! Below is the e-mail I sent today to the seller.....What do you think of it? ***START E-MAIL*** Yes, I received the Powerbook, however I have a big problem with it. The product you sent me is in no way what you advertised. The specs of this powerbook are much older than what you sold me on eBay. Below are my initial observations: This powerbook has: 550Mhz processor; You advertised an 800Mhz processor 512 MB of RAM; You advertised 768 MB of RAM ATI Rage graphics; You advertised an ATI Radeon 7500 with 32MB 30 Gig HD; You advertised 40 Gig HD 100 Mhz system bus; You advertised 133 Mhz system bus Again, as I mentioned, these are my initial observations, and I presume there are more discrepancies I missed (which I will find). This transaction will not work. This is not what I bought from you, nor what you advertised. I sincerely hope that this was simply an oversight on your part (i.e. you shipped the incorrect item). I feel like I've been cheated, lied to, and ripped off. When we spoke on the telephone, you re-iterated the specs you had listed in your auction, even as you were booting the up the powerbook. This leads me to believe you made an honest mistake by shipping the incorrect model to me. There is no way you thought this powerbook had the specs you listed...no way....it's very obvious. If this powerbook is in fact the one you had for sale, you severely misrepresented the specs, and that is a huge violation of eBay's selling policy and I will take action. I don't want to come across as threatening, because this may have been a mistake, but we will remedy this with the proper resolution. I called you today and left you a voicemail on your mobile number. Please call and e-mail me so we can discuss this situation. It is very important that we straighten this out ASAP.