Hey everyone I shipped a subwoofer that WAS in excellent condition last week across country via ground. I packed it myself. The package weighed almost 60 pounds. I sold it on ebay to someone. They opened it up and found it damaged. It had either been dropped or fell or was thrown hard onto the ground. It appears that way at least due to the fact that 1 side of the sub is caved in. As a result the sub looks awful and not only that but the amp in it causes a hum now . I packed it pretty well and marked the sides of the box fragile etc. Maybe I could have packed it better, but with that much weight and enough force, there probably will be some damage no matter what if not even handled properly in the first place. I realize accidents happen, but I'd really like to think I'm not going to be out $560.00! The guy buying the sub paid 500.00 and it cost around $60.00 to ship. Never having done this before, I filed a claim first thing for the $560.00. UPS hasn't picked it up yet to inspect the damage. This is really disheartening because I really need the money. Can someone give me some insight into what my chances are for at least being reimbursed at all? Thanks guys!