I'm looking for some advice on shipping items from the US. Here's the deal... I've been looking for a few accessories for some of my gear - including, a proper stand, and a padded case for my Yamaha P80 digital piano, and a hard case for my Roland VS2480. Some investigation has revealed that Yamaha and Roland, respectively, do make these things, but only in the US. ARGH! This is very annoying for UK customers (like me). And, it seems that a lot of companies selling this kind of gear over the internet (e.g. Musician's Friend), won't ship internationally. However, the ones that do, it seems won't ship certain manufacturer's products (including Yamaha & Roland) abroad - it appears it's part of their agreement for being authorised Yamaha & Roland dealers. ARGH!! There are also other things that are a *lot* cheaper in the US than the UK, such that even including shipping costs, it would be far cheaper to buy them from the US. But, I'll be damned if I can find anywhere that will ship 'em abroad. So, what I want to know is, if ordering these things, and getting them shipped to someone in the US, who would then send 'em over to the UK is viable? Are there any legal issues with that? If the shipping costs aren't too severe to make it worthwhile - is there any reason this wouldn't be a good idea? Also, could anyone give me an idea of how much shipping to the UK would be on, for example this case for the P-80?