The item in question was a Dora's "Ultimate" Talking House. It was listed to include 3 bonus sets (back yard playset, pool and deck set and the Nursery). In addition he stated that it included 6 sets of furniture and 11 figures. It was listed at $99 or "buy now" for $139.99. I read the description carefully, knew that the shipping charges was $20 and also read messages between another bidder and the seller asking specifically if the set included all that was described since some of the items in the description were not pictured. He answered "Yes, you get everything in the description and the photos". So, I bid... and I won. Well, wouldn't you know... it does not have the 6 sets of furniture, nor does it have the 11 figures. So, is my ONLY option to return it and leave negative feedback? His response to my email was that it was a listing error - sorry. Return it. Well, for $20 I return it and have to start from scratch to find it now? What I did receive WAS available at the time at WalMart, but not now. $89.99 at WalMart... I paid $112.50 plus the shipping. So.... I asked if he would refund $20 to put toward the missing items that I now must attempt to find. His email response was very unfriendly... with a "I gave you your option... Keep it as is or return it for a full refund." How is it a full refund when I have to pay $20 to return it????? Sorry, I'm venting... a somewhat newer eBay buyer but first time I've been burned. What would you do?