Maybe this is a minor quibble, and I'll get my @ss ripped. Mainly I'm just curious what the Hive Mind says. Im trying to recreate my first guitar that got stolen a long time ago. It was a EBMM Silo with a Birdseye maple neck/board, and a floyd in surf green. One of a kind. I've been looking for one similar that I can send to Marty bell to have repainted like my old one. I finally found a white one with a nice looking neck on reverb listed as "mint condition" for 950 shipped. Seller accepted 850.00. I just got it a few hours ago, and while at first blush it seems to be in good shape overall, it's not "mint." I haven't given it a full inspection, but it's got some noticeable fretwear, some chipping/small finish cracks at the neck pocket, and a ding or two in the body. Also, the trem arm assembly was changed but the original was included. I don't know yet if it's usable. I'm was going to have it refinished anyway, so I guess the paint chips aren't that big a deal, but the fretwear will require at minimum a level, or maybe a refret to get it where a "mint" silo would be. I don't want to send it back because these are hard to find, but it's not actually in the condition it was listed in. What would you do? Keep it? Send it back? Ask for cash? I'm hesitant to ask for cash because the price was fairly low and as a seller, I hate it when people do that. What's fair?