When I sell a watch and PM the tracking info to the buyer, I routinely insert a comment, "I'd appreciate it if you would let me know you've received the watch with no issues." I'm simply reinforcing a notion that I consider common courtesy and while I'm disappointed (but not terribly surprised) when a buyer with a brief history on watch forums ignores this simple request, I am truly dismayed when it happens with someone with an extensive track record of posts and deals here. Tuesday evening, 30 hours after the watch is supposed to have been delivered, I PMed the buyer, asking if he received the watch OK and although he's been online numerous times, he still chooses to ignore me nearly three days after delivery. If circumstances have kept him from examining and evaluating the watch, why not say so? Would you consider that to be rude or do I expect too much?