I bought Uni. Cyclonus, Hound and Starscream through a BIN auction on 11th of January. The problem is, apparently the seller had a death in his family, of which he notified me after 2 weeks, and only after I sent him an ebay message asking did he sent them out. (I was at the post office this monday to check if something arrived for me) I felt really dissapointed (I was really looking forward to these figure), so I replied to him, asking for him to send them out by the end of this week, or I will start a dispute and ask for refund, apologizing in advance if he got offended by the tone of the message. This might seem harsh to some people here, but 2 days after the auction's end, I asked him to send me a tracking number, which he didn't do. I didn't want to press the issue at the time, because it is of a limited use for me (it can only tell when it shipped out to my country, and it's useless when it comes to checking what is going on when it arrives to my country), but still it's somewhat reassuring to have it. Let's you know that the seller is serious. Anyway, I also read alot from people here, that they were conned by people stating they had a death in their families, and finding other excuses for not sending their items. Also I checked his listings before posting the message to him, and apparently he had another auction the ended before I bought mine, that had the same items with the same pictures in the thread. That also put some doubts into my mind. Apparently he sent the items 2 days ago, and said he'll sent me tracking information (I also asked for a scan of the receipt they give you in the post office) by the evening. That was yesterday, and still nothing. No tracking number, no receipt scan. I'm off a mind to wait until the tomorrow, and if by tomorrow afternoon, I don't get what I need, I'll start a dispute. I want to know should I proceed the way I initialy wanted? What do others suggest I should do? Should I start a dispute with ebay or go straight to paypal?