Yesterday night, I went online to order a birthday present for my grandpa. Some of you might have seen the sale post in which I was selling off his EOS equipment to raise the money for something new that he would actually use. He's already got a Kodak EasyShare P&S and the EasyShare printer, so he was leaning toward Kodak cameras. I looked on B&H, since they seem to be a site sponsor here, and this beauty showed up as "in stock" http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/con...485&is=REG&addedTroughType=categoryNavigation Schneider-Kreuznach lens, f/2.8-3.9, 12X optical zoom, optical image stabilization, 2.5" LCD, and a dedicated hot shoe round out the package. Pretty nice ultrazoom, I think. It reads pretty well at Steve's Digicams.com too. I placed the order, and looked at the web page again for that camera, and it showed as "out of stock" "Whoopee! I got the last one!" said I. This morning, I got an email from B&H saying that due to an error in their stock count, they don't have stock on this camera, and they appreciate my patience. :angry1: Has this happened to anyone else here? It has happened to me at other New York retailers. Once at the place that had the lowest price. They tried everything. They called me and told me it was out of stock, tried like hell to sell me a bunch of accessories. I told them that I would wait for it to be in stock and that yes, I'm sure I don't want your cheap camera bag & tripod. They said it would be about 4-6 weeks, hoping I would cancel and they wouldn't have to honor their price. I said OK, I'll wait. What do you know, I had the camera later that week! I thought B&H had a better reputation than to bait & switch. If this hasn't happened to anyone else there, I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and let the order stand, depending on how long they expect to be backordered. I emailed them first thing this morning asking; no response yet. If I don't get a response by the end of the day tomorrow, I'm going to cancel just on principle. If it HAS happened to someone else, I'm definitely going to cancel.