Placed an order with a company that shall remain nameless for the time being for a simple Fender Rumble 410 and a 3 foot speaker cable on July 1st. A few days later I received an e-mail saying the Rumble was on backorder. No estimated delivery time or anything so I sent them an e-mail asking about it. Nothing. A few days pass so I decided to call them. Was told they'd call me back and they did saying it could be around the end of July before they're able to ship it out. Maybe. Sometimes it takes longer and sometimes it takes less. Pretty much you'll just have to wait and see. This is driving me crazy. It's been 2 weeks and I'm starting to wonder how long does it take to have a 70 pound cube delivered from wherever they get it from, to their shipping warehouse and then sent out to me? How do businesses even offer items they don't have in-stock and not have a clue when they'll be able to get them and shouldn't both parties involved, the manufacturer and the seller, have some sort of plan in place to make sure items get out as soon as possible? Thinking about cancelling the order, paying the extra $50 and getting it from somewhere that physically has it in their possession. I don't really even need it at this point and time but having my money sitting out in who-knows-where-land makes me a little uneasy.