So we ordered a new shed to replace a beat up old fabric structure that currently houses my non running motorcycles, lawnmower and other gardening stuff and that didn't fare too well in the last hurricane and has only gotten worse. Purchased through Amazon but with a 3rd party reseller. Since we're Amazon prime members shipping was free - which should have honestly caught my attention immediately given the size of the order. Anyhow the shipper emails me over the weekend and says this is a "Self Service Truck Delivery" which means I have to get the boxes of the truck. 2 boxes, palletized, total weight of 680 pounds. Are they kidding? First I've heard of it, actually first I've ever heard of such a thing. We just redid the kitchen, got a new dishwasher, new clothes washer and dryer and all that was delivered inside. Apparently I stupidly assumed that they would at least bring the shipment onto the property (which is all I really need anyway) They don't deliver on Saturday, and in any case don't supply dollies or any other hardware to get the thing off the truck, so I have to either pay extra to get the thing to the driveway, take a day off from work and get gear to do it myself (which is still gonna be a pain since it's just me and the wife) or refuse the shipment. Am I wrong to be sorely tempted to take option three?