Kellyb is a pretty well-reputed seller; way back in the day I bought my first tuxedo from her, and I always see neat stuff in her auctions. As for the PayPal thing, I have to say that I now have a policy of doing the exact same thing in my auctions. I had a buyer file a fraudulent chargeback on an item I sold (the guy apparently pulled off a bunch of scams or flaked out on a bunch of transactions at the same time, since his eBay account was eventually suspended due to a sudden backlog of complaints against him), and those assholes not only ignored all the meticulous proof of delivery I presented them, they stole my money, effectively called me a liar, and blocked my account over it. They offer pretty much no recourse of addressing transaction disputes and basically have the deck stacked against the seller. They bury the necessary contact info, force you to work with over simplistic forms that limit your ability to plead your case, and juggle support between random custom service drones so you don't even have the luxury of being able to have someone follow your case and absorb the information over time. It's kind of sad that they lost a pretty big class action suit over this and they still run their company in such an unprofessional manner. As a seller, I can't at all see why I should have to deal with no protection whatsoever to satisfy some buyers. Money orders and BidPay are IMHO much more efficient, even if they don't have the instant turnaround time transactions due. Anyway sorry for the derail, but uh... I highly recommend the seller, and I highly recommend that PayPal piss off.