OK, so I recently built my own PC, and most of the parts I bought were from tigerdirect.com. Now most of those parts came with rebates, which at the time I thought was a sweet deal. Well they use a 3rd party rebate company (onrebate.com) and I am now developing a severe hatred for them. I bought 2 RAM sticks, a CPU, a hard drive, and a power supply which all came with rebates (supposedly) and should've totaled $250. They only wanted to honor $40 worth of rebates, those swindling bastards! I couldn't get the rebates on both RAM sticks, 1 rebate per customer for that no matter how many you buy. Would've been nice if they would've mentioned that in the listing, as most people buy RAM in pairs. Everything else they said got denied because of "insufficient documentation - no UPC." Well I usually send the original UPC, so I can't exactly send them another copy of it. The CPU was the big one at $100. That got me on the phone and screaming at people and their supervisors. While I was at it I also mentioned the hard drive rebate. Over the phone they said they would honor that one because "they didn't need a UPC for that one." Well why the f*** did it get denied because I supposedly didn't send a UPC then? For the CPU I had to take it up with tigerdirect, and they gave me a credit I have to use within the next 5 days. That's not exactly what I had in mind to do with that $100, but now I gotta get another $30 out of them for the PSU. So here's a warning to all: [bold]WHEN BUYING FROM TIGERDIRECT, IF THERE'S A REBATE, KEEP EXTRA COPIES OF EVERYTHING YOU SEND AND BE PREPARED FOR A BIG HEADACHE![/bold] That's all for today folks. P.S. If anyone has a UPC for an Ultra X-Connect 500W power supply, can I get a copy of it?