Got "lucky" on eBay last June and saw a reasonably priced DSi XL console with the only warning being that it has some scratches on the outside. Took the risk and bought it. If there's one thing I regret, it's not taking the picture to show that the touchscreen has got some serious screen problem because it has a dark border round the edges. Seller refuses to take it back as a return so I did the only thing and bought a replacement screen and installed it myself. What really annoyed me even more was that while I was replacing it, I saw some rust on the touchscreen which suggests that this was indeed a water damaged console but not enough to fry the motherboard. Now it gets worse. This week, I let the console charge for hours and when I play it, I get 45 minutes play before it flashes red. Turns out the battery was also a 3rd party chinese one so more money spent buying an original Nintendo one in the hope of getting it working again. I still love the DSi XL and yes, the money spent on the consoles and spare parts could've gone towards a DS Two for my 3DS XL but sometimes I feel like selling it and getting a perfect one this time. Long story short, screw you eBay seller.