I understand selling ebay can be tricky but as one person with over 54,000 sales perhaps I can provide a few hints. List in the correct CATEGORY, provide ITEM SPECIFICS, use the DETAILED ITEM INFO available for your unit, provide clear PHOTOS of the unit you are selling from each of the 6 sides (top and bottom) start the bidding at the lowest price you are willing to accept, provide a good buy it now price, too. This may be researched by doing a search on completed auctions. Only select to ship to places that you can provide fast service to (for me it is only USA and Canada) Include a shipping fee that will get the unit to the bidder quickly either USPS priority or a guaranteed UPS 3 day. I roll the fee in my asking price so I can offer "FREE SHIPPING" and this is when you get automatic 5 stars for price of shipping. They either want to pay for it or they do not. Pack the item properly with padding and packing so it will not shift or get crushed. Provide online tracking with delivery confirmation. Email upon receipt of payment. Email upon shipping and include the tracking number. Include a message that requests the buyer contact you in case of trouble in each email and with the actual product. Finally, ONLY write in full and honest descriptions and whalah! You will not get a negative feedback from anyone if you actually do all this. Being antagonistic to bidders saying things in all caps like "your feedback gets mine" puts the whole process off on a bad start. How about: "when I know you are satisfied then I will post your feedback" It is not easy to sell on ebay - especially an electronic item but I do know how to sell without getting negatives. I have not had one in over 6 months now and I have sold over 4000 this past year, alone.