Ok, I really wanted to get the Star Trek Original Series boxsets as something to watch in my post exam relaxation period. They're still really expensive in the shops so I thought I'd check out ebay. I found a seller who was selling both boxsets for pretty cheap. I didn't win the auctions but whoever else did refused to go through with things and I got a second chance to buy them at my original bid price (this was all through ebay and legit, not some out-of-ebay contact). I paid, I waited, the items arrived today. Now, they're clearly not what was advertised as far as I can see. The DVD boxsets come in a bright, plastic yellow, red or blue box. The pictures in the auction were the same, although they did say 'stock photo' on. The boxsets I've received are some hong kong rip offs. They look like they're legitimate boxsets but they're cardback and have a bit of chinese on the bottom of the front. They're sealed in selophane and I haven't opened them yet. I'm pretty pissed though because no matter how cheap I got them for, if they're advertised as one thing, surely they should *be* that. Here are the links to the auctions: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=9141221632 http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=9141221347 Attatched is a photo of what I received. What do you think? I've drafted a reply basically saying that obviously there's been a mistake and he sent the wrong thing and that if he pays for my postage for these back and sends out the 'real' boxsets then all will be fine. Incidentally, he ripped me off on the postage, I asked him if I had to pay the full £5 postage on both and he simply invoiced me for it all. Came in a jiffy bag wrapped in selotape and a £2.89 paid postage sticker, not really worth £10.