I’ve sold a bunch of stuff on EBay, including a few large items (a Hofner bass, a flight case, etc.). I had always set a flat fee for shipping, only to lower 48, based on what I knew it would cost to a “far” zip code. I may have shorted myself a few bucks by doing so, but no big deal. This time for some stupid reason I decided to try the EBay shipping calculator, selling an Ibanez Artcore guitar. It’s packed, VERY securely, and I put in the dimensions and weight for “actual” cost to whomever bought it. I had a buyer hit my reserve, but when looking at the amount, on my side it said $22 and change, to ship AZ to CA. I emailed him and said, no way that’s right, let me check and I’ll get you a correct shipping cost. UPS ground came in at $58, which I thought was a bit high, but that was the cheapest. I offered to the guy, hey, I’ll eat some of that and ship it for $45. He said no, that he saw on HIS side $35 and change. I know for a fact, you can’t ship a full size guitar across the street for $35. So the stupid EBay calculator cost me a sale. Anyone have any experience with this? Can I complain to EBay? Do I have to “pay” for a sale that my buyer and I mutually canceled, due to the erroneous shipping figures?