I believe I have finally figured Ebay buyers out. After watching another round of items draw no bids at all despite having 18 "watchers" I have finally realized that the only items that might occasionally sell are those with NO watchers. Those items actually sometimes draw a bid from someone who was NOT "watching". Any item that has a "watcher" or "watchers" hasn't got a snowball's chance in Hades of ever drawing any bids. "Watchers" watch, period. That's it, they do not buy. ATTENTION : BIDDERS WANTED ! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED !!! JUST CLICK ON "PLACE BID" AND GO AT IT !!! To all of you who continually watch these items as they are listed and relisted countless times : You can't win if you don't bid. In most cases one bid will win my auctions. Watchers win nothing. DO NOT use the Ebay shipping calculator price quote (except on pre-set items such as single CDs or LPs) ! I will get you a post office quote at auction's end. The Ebay calculator is frequently wrong and usually in the favor of the seller. I WILL NOT be bound by their quote if it is too low to cover my expenses and if you underpay I will refund and begin the process over at the correct amount. If you use it and overpay, well, I have tried to help you and you ignored me so it's on you. Also, payment is expected within 4 days time. If payment is not received within that time period an unpaid item reminder will be sent. This will originate automatically from Ebay. It will not come from me and is not meant as a personal insult. If your are the type who can't handle getting such a reminder there is a very simple solution - make prompt payment. Payment via Paypal takes about 4 MINUTES so I feel that 4 DAYS is certainly sufficient time to get it done. If you fail to read or follow these instructions then it is you who have caused the problem, not me. Even Ebay acknowledges that it is the responsibility of the BUYER to read and follow the instructions of the seller in order to make a successful transaction. I am sorry to have to be so blunt but I am very tired of folks ignoring clear instructions and then blaming me for their mistakes. Respect is a two way street. I try very hard to treat my customers well (as my feedback indicates)but I need to receive a little consideration as well. I truly regret having to address this issue but recent events have forced my hand.Starting today (7-8-11) I will need you to inform me when you are bidding on multiple items of your intent to do so immediately after winning the first item. I am wasting far too much time, work, and money by getting right to work packing your item, driving to the post office the next day, getting a quote, and sending an invoice (which you still aren't responding to) which prompts an unpaid item reminder all for an invoice you do not even need. PLEASE, all it takes is a little cooperation and consideration on your part. If this is not done I will be sending separate invoices, separate mailings, and separate shipping charges. That would be very expensive especially to overseas customers. I really love my overseas customers and likely would have no business without you but it has been mostly overseas customers who are doing this so ... PLEASE do not let it come to that. Thank you ! Overseas bidders are very welcome here but shipping to overseas customers will be determined by a Post office quote at auction's end !!! You will be covering my expenses and NOT paying ridiculous "fees" but you MUST wait for an invoice with this amount added. If you ignore theses instructions and pay the lower U.S. rate, your money will be refunded and the process will be repeated correctly. Also, I will not mark customs declaration forms as a "gift" or state any reduced value on your purchase. That is against Ebay policy and, more importantly, illegal. This is another outstanding condition copy of a scarce private pressing of longtime Cleveland area blues artist Mr. Stress (William Miller) and his blues band recorded LIVE at the Euclid Tavern in 1980. Mr. Stress was a fixture on the blues scene in Cleveland already, having started the band up in the mid 1960s. The record label is ET Records (for Euclid Tavern) and as I pointed out all these private pressing LPs are VERY hard to find. Even back in the day this LP was tough to get and now, a full 32 years later, good luck trying to find one. The vinyl looks nearly brand new and the cover is decent for its' age. There is a paper wrinkle on the back cover (original) that is about 3 inches long and going through a small photo of Mr. Stress but it is not that bad. It is a wrinkle and not a creases as there is no evidence of it on the inside of the cover. The top of the cover is beginning to show a seam split in the top center and another at the bottom right hand edge but neither are too bad yet. Don't miss this one if you are a fan because I seriously doubt I'll find another.