Being a Canuck, I've dealt with the cross boarder exchange rates, duties, taxes and brokerage fees before. Don't like it, usually don't agree with it, but its a fact of life. Recently bought a part from a HAMBer out of California. He checked with FedEx regarding shipping, and according to them, it'd be roughly $70 US shipped to my door. Well, the seller and I came to a price that we both could live with, I wanted the part, so I sucked it up and paid for the part and shipping. FedEx dropped it off a couple of weeks ago, everything was peachy keen. Just got a letter from FedEx today addressed to me, (they spelled my last name wrong) telling me that I owe $113 in Brokerage and Bond Fees!!! Apparently, I'm supposed to pay "immediately". Wonder what'll happen when I call them tomorrow and tell them that they spelled my name wrong, and that I don't have the funds to pay them immediately...? I guess quoting a price 'delivered to your door' means that they'll also send an invoice to your door, demanding more later. Sorry for the off topic rant, but this has me pissed off like hell. It's nothing short of highway robbery.