Funniest thing happened yesterday...got word that an Antique Gold Tribeca (have been busting tail to find one, didn't want to pay da*Bay prices) was available so I called and did a charge-hold. Examined it at the shop (outlet) to make sure it wasn't cracking, had a dustbag, etc. Got it home, pulled it out of the bag, looked at the creed to see if it had a bullet (I don't even know why I looked, it wasn't like I was trying to pass it off as a FP purchase) and............. THE CREED IS UPSIDE DOWN!!!! LOL!!! I'd take a picture of it, but the metallics photograph so poorly that you won't even be able to see it. I don't think I've ever even seen an upside down creed. I've seen an upside down Coach carriage on the front of a Madison bag, but an upside down creed? Quite frankly, I find the whole thing hilarious! I literally LOLd when I saw it. Anyway, the question is, do I take it back for an additional markdown? I sure as hell am not returning it...I think the fact that the creed is upside down is quite funny (and unique...and nobody knows that the creed is wonky but me--well, and now you all) and I want to keep it. Plus, they don't have any more and I doubt they'll get more in. It costs me almost as much as, say, an additional 10% markdown would be in tolls and gas, plus the time commitment to go all the way back...I know they don't usually sell "damaged" (although I don't even think it's damaged...I think it's just "irregular") items w/o a final sale tag...they probably don't even know the creed's messed up. What is the % off a final sale, in addition to the regular discounts, usually? Would it be worth it to get a PA, or just chalk it up to my irregular find and move on?