I recently bought a Nikon D40 from jandkcameras.com's eBay Express site. They had 11000 good feedbacks, and the price was good, and it seemed legit. I read through the description and must have just skimmed the sentence " Manufacturer's Accessories & 1-Year Store Warranty Included" to mean that the manufacturer's warranty was included. Needless to say, I'm pissed. Mostly at myself for getting suckered in like that, but I even read their feedback, and apparently, hardly anyone else has noticed it! Do you guys have any experience dealing with this kind of thing? I figure that when I call them, I'm going to ask for an original US D40, with manufacturer's warranty, and waiving of the restocking fee. If they can't do that, I'll accept either a grey-market small upgrade (even a d70s or something would work!), and failing that, just ask for a refund, no restocking fee. I don't have the packaging on most of the stuff, because I didn't even notice anything amiss until I unpacked everything (I dumped the battery on the charger first thing, and then got down to unpacking the accessories.) Why do I think that it's grey market? I called Nikon USA and gave the serial number, told them about the box that's mostly in Japanese, the "JP" tag on the power cord, and the obviously computer-burned CD that accompanied it (it's blank on on side!?), and they concurred that it was most likely grey-market. So am I completely hosed? I'm going to call them anyway, because I haven't left feedback yet, and I hope that will give me some leverage. I'm not going to be a dick about it or anything; I wouldn't have bought the damn thing if I'd known that it was grey-market.