I'm not one to complain, but there are a few issues that came up for me while placing an order, so I'd just like to give some constructive feedback.
(1) Creating an Account. Having "State" as a required field and requiring 4 digit zip codes (we have neither), luckily I was able to put some information in that still was able to get my package delivered. No big deal, this stuff happens for us all the time, so I don't see a big need to make any changes to your system just for us, as you're probably more likely to catch more errors than to have people from here ordering from you. The zip code thing did throw me for a minute until I found I could prefix the zip code with zeros.
(2) The whole "We expect to have this product in stock in 5 to 10 days". I mistakenly assumed that you would actually have things back in stock in about 5 to 10 days. Since shipping is so expensive, it's always best for me to place a single order rather than multiple orders. So when I saw that everything was in stock, except for one thing, I thought, "no big deal, I'll just wait a few days until the product is back in stock, and then place my order". After a short time, I realized that 5-10 days could really mean one month, and that I would likely not be able to order everything I wanted at once. Eventually I was able to place an order to get most of the things I wanted, but I ended up waiting 2 months to place an order that I could have placed when I originally decided to wait the "5 to 10 days".
(3) This one is my only real complaint. We have very high taxes here. On items that we purchase from overseas, we pay taxes based on the value of the items. On the customs form of my order, the value of the items was filled out using my total purchase price (including shipping and insurance). Since this cost was included in the price on the customs form, that meant that I had to pay tax on that as well. I'm sure you understand that shipping and insurance are not items within the box that should be taxed, and I request that you try to avoid this practice in the future. Rather than try and fight the post office for the next few days, I just bit the bullet and paid their bill. While I only had to pay an extra $8-10 USD, I would have much rather used that extra money to buy a bottle of wine or some more electronics parts than to give it to the post office over a clerical error.
Oh well, like I said, the last one was my only real complaint. Other than that, It's been a good experience so far. Thanks!