Couldn't be happier with the bike I bought there, either. It was near immaculate and serviced properly. When I brought it to my local Kawi dealer for a jet kit, I had them do a looksee. They said it was in excellent mechanical condition. And I paid about $1000 less than the most of the dealers were asking for it. (And I got a Muzzy titanium can, too.)
The key is to try to read the tea leaves, examine pictures closely and ask plenty of questions if you have any doubts about the honesty of the seller.
That being said you're still taking a chance when you can't see the bike in person. You are protected to a large degree by ebay now, but it's still a risk. A risk I'm glad I took.
"Keep Large Chicago Based Aircraft Co" Thanks for your support .$Billions for a couple of thousand jobs that remain here is quite a deal for the company. The rest of production and engineering jobs are being offshored to India, Japan, Italy, and South Korea. Not only is it the U.S. largest exporter of airplanes but now its the largest exporter of jobs.
Perhaps you were too caught up in your Harley Davidson-induced inferiority complex to deduce that I was poking fun at a scammer's dead-giveaway spelling error and not your beloved all-knowing, all-seeing "Motor Company."
(See my above post for my experiences with the vaunted V-Rod.)