Yes, I just got that message earlier and I agree it's stand up. Though let me recap. From the beginning, the whole paypal thing got me concerned especially since there was no reason for the "unclaimed" money. Having understood this was for your son's and not yours makes more sense. Since you had an old email address attached to your paypal account, I can understand the reason for the "unclaimed" money. At first , it didn't make sense as even Paypal said there was no reason it should show unclaimed if I used the ebay "Pay Now" tab as it attaches directly to the seller's paypal account. I also emailed my phone number and didn't get any calls. Again raising red flags. Then I got the package and the amp is missing the endcap which was never mentioned. Even though the picture in the ad clearly shows a complete amp. I then realize the picture on the ebay ad was a stock photo (i.e. taken from the internet) and not the actual amp. Yes, I got concerned. I'm not a detective but all of those things I found a little odd. I think it's a fair deduction. However, after Bryan emailed me the explanation earlier today I accepted the situation and did not request a refund as I felt he was honest and sincere. I planned on updated this thread a couple hours ago but was too busy surfing the web. In any case, the amp works, and I mounted it high enough on a seat back so no one will see the open side of the amp. SO BRYAN I NO LONGER BELIEVE YOU ARE A POTENTIAL SCAMMER. My apologies Bryan you seem like a decent person. Here is a bro hug!