I would appreciate some opinions on a recent deal I had to settle my mind, so thank you in advance! Here we go: I bought a used Babolat Pure Drive Team for $112. It came and was in great condition. However, when I removed the replacement grip and heat shrink sleeve I noticed that the pallet was quite different than my original genuine Pure Drive that I have. I didn't think much of it, but I broke the strings on my first hit with it, and my fears were confirmed when I brought it to my local tennis shop to get it restrung. The shop knows me well, and they spotted that it was a fake before stringing it. At this point I messaged the seller, and told him what I discovered. He was actually very considerate! For the record, I don't think he knew it was a fake either. He agreed to take the racket back for a refund or let me keep it for a $50 refund. I had no will to hold onto a fake racket, so I returned it to him and requested the refund of $112. I received a message in return saying that it was unusual to refund shipping so he would just do the $100 for the racket. However, then he got the racket proceeded to first insult the box that I used (two priority mail boxes taped together, like I've used for countless transactions), and then said he was not very happy that I returned it unstrung, and because of the natural gut string job that was in there (apparently brand new and worth $38), he was only going to refund me $80 total. At this point, I feel somewhat cheated and wonder if I have the right to feel that way. Basically I paid $112 for the racket+shipping, then another $12 to ship it back, and only got $80 in return. If nothing else, I've at least learned my lesson to ALWAYS ask for pics of the pallet. So... What do you all think?? Should I just take the $80 and just be glad that it's all in the past?? THANKS for your help.