Hey there TBers, I need some help. After months of trying, I finally sold my MIM Jazz yesterday. When I sold it, the buyers requested 24 hours to take it to a technician to make sure it was a good one. While I assured them that that wasn't necessary, I allowed it and left with some much needed cash in my hand. Today, (one hour after the 24 hour grace period to be percise) the buyer sent me an email saying that they took it to a tech and the results were "not good." I asked them what was wrong, as when they tried it the previous day, they liked it. They said that the strings were too close to the body and that the body was made of cheap wood and was from a cheaper model. When I inquired further, they said that "The body does not fit. The mics are too big. And belong to a lower beginner bass. An new one cost $300." (English is not their first language.) I explained to them that the bass had been set up so that the strings were close to the body, and if they would like, I could raise them, and that the body was probably Alder, and definitely stock. I also asked what they meant by "the mics are too big..." So far I have not heard back from them. Should I honor the return policy I set up. Here is how I see it. Reasons not to honor it: 1) They responded outside of the 24 hour we agreed on. 2) Their claims that I sold them a crap bass are dubious at best. 3) When they tried it yesterday, they liked it. 4) The Craigslist posting said "Sold as is." 5) I have the money and they have no recourse. (Bluntly put, but true) Why I should honor it. 1) Honesty and integraty and karma and all that good stuff. 2) I said I would allow a 24 hour return policy. So what do you all think I should do? I want to do the right thing, but I have been a doormat for a good chunk of my life, and this is giving me flashbacks of that.