i recently bought some hatching eggs on Ebay. I had been holding out for a while for these, and they were a bit pricey. ( 40 bucks + shipping for 6 plus). Anyway, these eggs were shipped out last Wednesday by the seller, but I haven't recieved them yet. They were gathered a couple of days before shipping, and when you add the 8 days so far in the mail, that puts them over 10 days old. since I haven't gotten them yet, I can safely assume that they are lost out there somewhere. Now here's the dilema. I contacted the seller to let him know that I never got them. He says to wait a little longer for them to show up, then try to incubate them. If the hatch sucks, then he says he will "make good" on the eggs. My real question is, what is the fair thing to do here. I've hatched enough shipped eggs to know that shipped eggs over 10 days old aren't really gonna hatch much. Heck, it's hard enough to get a good hatch with fresh shipped eggs. Now, I understand that the seller did his part, and sent out the eggs in a timely fashion. I also know that I paid a pretty good amount of dough for fresh hatching eggs, which I won't be getting. The fault lies entirely on the USPS, but how should this shake out? Should I try to hatch the old, shaken up eggs and wait 21 days before there is a resolution to the problem? Or, should the seller just send out a new batch of eggs, and get it fixed right now? I'd like to hear some opinions. Thanks in advance.