*sigh* Have you ever had one of those days where you were watching a Transformer scrupulously on eBay all week, hoping to be the one to snag that prize you've been searching for... only to be outbid at the last second? Henkei Ratchet is one of those figures I've been wanting to get since, well, since he came out. But with the insane prices for MISB figures, I could only afford one loose locally, which is a pretty rare occurrence. When I found the first such auction a few months ago, it sold for £41.00. I was unprepared and let it pass, but noted the price for future reference. The second auction was last month, which I was determined to get now that I had set aside the money for it. But while I was waiting, RipCurl mentions that ToyHunting is offering a MISB Henkei Ratchet for only £25. I decided to take a chance on it, since I probably wouldn't find a better deal anywhere else. I should have listened to the warnings about ToyHunting's dodgy reputation, because it's been over a month and I still haven't received my purchase nor any response to my requests for the tracking number. The result is that I'm now in the middle of a PayPal claim (again, with no sign of communication from the seller) while the Ratchet I was watching on eBay sold for a pitiful £34. So while I'm going through the PayPal claim, a third Henkei Ratchet shows up on eBay and I was single-mindedly adamant to get this one. I was quite happy to fork over £40+ for it, but decided to bid over fifty just to be safe. So I try to bid snipe with £57 and, guess what, someone else had bid that exact amount seven minutes ago. AAAAARRGH!! £57! When the last two auctions sold for £41 and £34 respectively? Why does this always happen to me? I suppose I deserve this, but it still stings nonetheless. I mean, why is it the one auction I really want is the one that gets the highest bids? Anyone else feel this way about similar auctions?