OK -- I sold a pair of shoes ($200) and a bag ($500) this past weekend to separate buyers. The shoe buyer wanted the shoes "before she left to go out of town" but I told her I couldn't guarantee a specific delivery date unless she wanted to pay for overnight shipping (package was going from CA to NY). I was mailing them Monday and she wanted them Wednesday. Lo and behold, they made it there on time, then she emails me and says they don't fit her, do I take returns. I politely said no. The bag buyer had a hard time understanding that I could not mail her bag until her echeck cleared. She's a newbie and I believe there was also a language barrier (I don't think English is her first language). When she paid, she asked me to mail her bag right away. I politely told her I could not mail it until her echeck cleared. Her echeck finally cleared late yesterday, and she emailed me last night asking if I had mailed it yet. I told her no, the echeck had just cleared, and I would mail it today. Here's my question: would you wait to leave feedback in these situations? They both paid right away but I am a little nervous about them turning into potential cranky buyers.