I recently took delivery of an Ampeg SVT 3 Pro amp from a seller on Ebay. The amp was described as (and I quote) "absolutely mint condition". I assume this to mean basically "like new" with no cosmetic imperfections and perfect working condition. The unit arrived with numerous scratches on the top of the face plate that go through the finish, lots of small scuffs and nicks, permanent ink identification scrawled on the top of the unit, no feet, and the fan working full time sounding like a B-29 taking off. The SVT III Pro has a variable speed fan and temperature circuit so that it only cuts in when it's getting hot, not full speed all the time even when you first turn it on so something is wrong with the unit. Is it just me, or was this a misrepresentation by the seller of the condition of the amplifier? To me, "mint condition" means that the unit should not look obviously used, and that it functions as intended. I've brought these things to the seller's attention and am requesting that he help resolve the issues. What's your interpretation of "absolutely mint condition"??