The seller has 100% feedback on well over 30,000 sales. I never buy used garments on eBay, but I have this designer's cashmere sweater, in another colour, so I know the fit and fabric and felt safe to buy. Even though, the seller uses a minimal amount of pictures, I knew this older sweater she was selling and I knew how well they held up through the years. I don't like confrontation and I don't like people being annoyed with me. I didn't notice the flaw at first. The sweater has a more open knit, not a tight knit and I didn't see the flaw until I held it in a certain way that allowed the light to go through. It's a horizontal run, across the back, which makes a ropey line. It isn't all that visible from the outside of the garment. It was not at all visible from her one picture that showed the back of the garment... but now that I know it's there, I feel I bid too high on the sweater. Considering it has a flaw. She already left me FB after I paid. But what do I want? If I send it back, it will cost almost half of the winning bid, so I'm not anxious to do that. I'll take pictures and send them to her... but what do I want her to do? I hate confrontation, but I feel stupid for bidding the price up. ... and I'll never buy a used garment on eBay again.