Still trying to figure out the new fee structure but I agree with "anyuser" that the fees are a little bit lower. Used to be you paid 10% + Paypal fee then you would get hit with final value fee's on the item and shipping. Fee's seem a little more transparent now although I hate there invoicing system. As far as the taxes go that's out of ebay's control, when congress passed the law on internet sales ebay sales fell into that category. It is true they will send you a 1099, but that only happens if you sell more than $20,000 in a calendar year or have over 200 sales. As already pointed out were else are you going to go to get a fair price for your parts? The biggest mistake I see sellers make is to undercharge for shipping or offer free shipping especially on heavy items. Seems like a lot of people will automatically ship USPS even on heavy or large Items, or they go down to the local PO or UPS store and ship through them. If you ship you item through ebay all the major shippers offer deep discounts over the list rates. USPS is great for items under a pound but in most cases UPS and Fedex rates are much cheaper with discounts upwards of 30%. I'll list the item as standard shipping, and after the sale pick the cheapest shipper. My biggest complaint with ebay is their "Money back guarantee". As a buyer its saved me from being screwed, but as a seller I doesn't matter what the reason is the buyer will get their money back. I sold an NOS in the box open element GM air cleaner a few years ago. Prior to the sale the buyer ask questions on the chrome and I provided a very accurate description plus additional pictures. Well long story short the guy (Corvette Guy). Waited a week then requested a refund because it didn't meet NCRS (nat. Corvette Restorers Standards) and that I misrepresented the part. ebay refunded his money and I ended up paying the shipping both way's. I know theres shady sellers out there and I appreciate the guarantee but they need to have an appeal process that helps protect the seller also.