Last week I purchased a crashed P2V+ v3 from a forum member. He posted it in a thread on the forum. In his post, he said it had a bad crash. He said it came with the v3 controller and wifi repeater, iTElite DBS Phantom antenna, HRSC hard case, three batteries with about 10-15 cycles on them,, a FlyTrex Live GPS black box, and prop guards. It also came with a new ESC card and a new central circuit board, which he was going to replace but never did. He then said, "Now for what is broken that i know, The gimbal arm is bent, i do not know if camera still works or not. One arm of the body shell is bent from crash. And it needs 1 wire set from ESC to main board." I paid him the $600 he was asking for. When I received it, the bird was in pieces. I was pretty much expecting that. Two motors were seized up. No surprise. What I wasn't expecting was a smashed wifi module, a smashed Naza flight controller, a broken GPS module, and one of the batteries punctured with bulged sides. The modules were clearly visible in the baggies he'd shipped them in or on the exposed circuit board, so the seller clearly saw what I saw. I'm attaching photos below, and in the first replies. As you might expect from the photos, none of these parts work. In addition to the broken connector on the GPS module, it also has a broken ceramic antenna. I contacted him to say that I didn't think it was ethical to mention a couple of parts that are broken, but leave out the three most expensive parts inside the bird. Purchased used, the battery and the three modules would be $400 to $500. His reply was that I bought it "as is", which is true. My take on this is that, when he was disclosing what was wrong with the Phantom, he should have disclosed parts that he could see were damaged, even if (as he claims) he didn't know what they were. (Hard to believe that considering he was planning on replacing the central board). The seller's position now is that it was an "as is' sale, and he was under no obligation to disclose the broken modules. What would your reaction be, as a buyer or the seller in this? Thanks for any replies.