So, as the title says, I got this message when I went to leave feedback from a buyer on ebay: It went on to say to feel free to be honest about your feedback now, and how this will make ebay better, etc. (you will see a popup if you try to leave feedback for a buyer now) What do you guys think of this? as a buyer, I love it. As a seller, I have 100% positive 500+ feedback, never had an issue....But, in this collecting industry, there are some people who (and I am in NO WAY singling out ANYONE) expect things to be perfectly perfect, with no flaws, and though I never say ANYTHING is mint or give a "C9" or ANY type of grade - I learned that lesson long ago with people wanting to scam me for "not mint" or C7, not C8" and "I want a 20% refund for condition or else", blah blah, blah. I do agree that there are sellers trying to say things ARE mint or C10 - to me, that is dishonest and could lull the buyer into thinking something really is so nice, only to find a teensy flaw and suddenly it is trash...things like "Gem mint" and C10 don't exist...nothing is really perfect to everyone. I've never seen an AFA 100. Not saying it does not happen, I think it has, but, I just have never seen a perfect grade on an action figure for sale, ever. So in that sense I'm worried, because even if you have a disclaimer, something like "Item is in very good condition, please see the pics of actual item and judge for yourself" like I do, any buyer can leave a negative without the fear of getting a negative... So, if for some reason, an item gets held up in customs, which as we all know, does happen to a lot of people, the seller could be left a negative such as "Too long for shipping" or "Item not in good condition" or something, I mean, ANYTHING can and WILL happen. ebay has now given the buyers the freedom to do whatever the hell they want now. even though you can reply to the feedback, you still lose that percentage, you know? I just don't want 8+ years of ebay with 100% feedback, to lose that score over something trivial or ridiculous would really hurt. So, what do you all think about this?