Heya! I just sold this iPad on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/271702729681?ssPageName=STRK:MESOX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1561.l2649, you can see my account "Journeyof83" and my perfect feedback. The iPad was received by buyer on Dec 12th, which is a Friday. He waited 3 days, over the weekend, to make a case saying that (1) the touch-screen does not work (2) it's "glitchy" and laggy (3) the settings are messed up and (4) it does not hold a charge. There is a contradiction right there, if the touch-screen does not work, how would he know it's glitchy and laggy. I responded to his accusations, with this obviously being a bait-n-switch. He responded claiming that he spent a whole day trying to fix it. I'm floored at this point. If your iPad "arrived damaged" as he claimed, would you not be upset and contact me immediately? Why would a person spend a whole day trying to fix it, and another 3 days to make a complaint. This all sounds like creditable information for eBay to side with me, but they're not. Even though this guy has 2 negative reviews that relate with iPads. I was on the phone with eBay last night and I'm at a lost. The scammer is going to send back the iPad to me and now eBay wants me to prove (somehow) that it's not the same iPad. With that being said, I'm desperately reaching out for help. How can I prove this? If he replaced the guts of the iPad with a non-working one, is there a way that I can show the innards being different from the case, like, by serial numbers or something? Anything helps. I was going to sell this so that my GF could put some money back into a new iPad for Christmas. Any advice would be much-appreciated!