I purchased a guitar from Reverb that was listed by Boutique Guitar Exchange in Atlanta. The guitar is a 2006 SRV Strat, and it was listed as "Mint" condition. I asked a few more questions about the condition to get further clarification and was told that "The body has no dings or scratches to speak of" and that the neck was perfect. I received the guitar today. There's obvious worming on the back, a few dings on the side, and some minor surface marks on the top. It was described as a third backup for a pro player in town and that it wasn't played very much. However, it seems like it was played more than was described. I paid $1100 for the guitar shipped to me, which I thought was a fair price for a used SRV Strat in mint condition from a retailer. I'm irritated that they misrepresented the guitar, but at the same time I've played it and it does play well and seems like a nice guitar. The bottom line is, if it was correctly represented, I would not have paid $1100 for the guitar. I might have been willing to pay less, but I'm not sure how much less. So, what would you do? Return the guitar? Ask for a partial refund? If so, how much? Thanks for any advice you can provide.