After actually talking to this one place on the phone I placed my order for a kit - including a bunch of stuff I already had but they wouldn't break it up for me. I was so excited when the box was delivered yesterday afternoon. I ripped open the box and unloaded all the "extras" I didn't need. I opened the box and whipped out the camera body but was confused because it sure didn't look like what I was expecting.
Maybe this will explain it:
After spending 30 minutes in the same queue multiple times waiting to speak to a customer service representative I finally get to tell my story of woe. Then, the guy tries to convince me that the camera I got is actually an upgrade to the one I order (not bloody likely) and wouldn't I rather have it? Uh, hell no.
So he emails me an RMA request for that I dutifully filled out and faxed back. I noticed this as I was reading the form:
IT’S THE CUSTOMER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO CALL THE RMA DEPT. IF NO RESPONSE WAS RECEIVED AFTER 24 HOURS OF FAXING THIS FORM TO TVsDepot.Com.Man, talk about customer service. Sigh. I knew I should hold out for a place that has at least one positive rating on Google Shopping. I was lulled by the salesman telling me they had 3 in stock when I had so much difficulty finding them at all. So, with any luck in, oh, about never I'll get the camera I actually ordered.