Grrr...need to rant. I bought this digital camera here in Canada but it had some bad pixels so I sent it to Toshiba in California to get replaced. When Toshiba fedexed the package back, I was assessed taxes on the camera. However, I shouldn't never have been assessed tax because it was a replacement under warranty. I called the customs office and they said I need to show the receipt when I mailed the camera away. I don't think I have it anymore - besides it was only a stupid receipt that said "paid $5". No mention of retain this receipt for legal purposes. - I have the receipt to prove I bought the camera in Canada and PAID THE TAX already. - I have the emails to prove I opened a warranty claim with Toshiba. - I will be receiving documentation from Toshiba to prove that it was a warranty claim. Apparently, this is not good enough. My claim will most likely be rejected because I didn't keep my post office receipt. ...grrr...I totally wish I could jihad on their candy asses... Do you think I could win if I sued the government through small claims court? Honestly, if you follow the paper trail, you can clearly see I paid the tax already, yes? ...Okay. I'm done! PS. I forgot to mention. The replacement camera was defective as well. PPS. More information. I just found out that this was all caused because Toshiba screwed up the commercial invoice. I'm gonna calm down first ('cause I'm at work) then demand my money back.