Here is your chance . . . . to savage me. Was negotiating to buy an airplane. We agreed on a price but hung up on delivery. The airplane is in some small town in Wisconsin being annualed. It is based outside Chicago. There is no rental car return service in this town or even close by. Not even at the FBO. No air service. No train service. Not even Greyhound. Its about an hour drive out of Milwaukee. The seller is at his winter home in Florida. He is not coming back. We would use Escrow. At first I asked the plane be delivered about 120 nm away where I have inlaws - its December when the deal would close. I wanted to be someplace I could hang in case the weather turned. He refused - because he's not there. I suggested Milwaukee. OR Waukesha - someplace I can return a rental car. With a hotel. Someplace I could get to. It was a 30 min drive from this small town airport to Waukesha. I asked if someone [mechanic / broker / etc] could fly it there- and I'd pick it up. Refused. Maybe a friend, or relative or mechanic could come pick me up, or return a car for me. Refused to ask. I don't know what to think. Last two airplanes I bought - well - the seller was willing to work with getting me to where they were. In one case, a guy flew from Plainview to Dallas to pick me up. In the other, the guy flew the airplane to me after I paid. He did suggest that a broker he knows would fly the airplane to meet me of I flew him back 150 miles out of my way. So the deal fell through. I had several ideas and suggestions for getting me to the airplane - all of which were ignored or refused. Should I have paid $150 for an uber to this little airport to pick up this airplane? I just thought its unreasonable to put an airplane at a virtually inaccessible spot and expect the buyer to fly 2000 miles to come get it - and not be willing to find someone to drive him the last 20 miles. . . .