Don't you love that? I see that stuff all the time and it infuriates me. People don't like some little thing about somebody's business... So instead of just showing them by spending their money somewhere else, they instead launch some sort of bizarre campaign against the people, to try and ruin them. I had a guy do that to me a while back... Bought one thing and asked if he could get a discount. I have no reason why he thought he deserved a discount, but I guess he thought he was special. I politely explained we couldn't do that. So he goes on a forum and starts talking trash about us. If he bought something from Amazon, I'm pretty sure he wouldn't email them and ask for a discount. Mainly because he knows they'd just laugh at him. So I'm not sure why it's supposed to be different for people who are about .01% the size of Amazon. I also like the people that say stuff like... "Oh, well I guess they don't need the sale in these difficult times, otherwise they'd sell it to me for the price I want". I'm sure those people would be really happy if their boss walked in and told them... 'Hey, I think you should work for less money all this week, because it's really difficult times out there, so if you really want your job, you'll do it.' Everybody loves being extorted.