It is so frightfully easy for such botched deliveries to happen it is not even funny. Just early this week FEDEX attempted to deliver a subwoofer at my apartment one day earlier than scheduled in their own tracking system, and since they were ahead of time, I was not home to take the delivery, and given that the package required a signature, the delivery guy simply left the signature form on my front door asking me to sign it if I wanted the package to be left at my door at the next delivery attempt. Since leaving a signed signature sheet posted on my front door is something I would never consider doing in a million years, I simply decided to wait at home for the next delivery attempt. When Fedex dude arrived the following day, he a shoved small light box which was the size of your average box of chocolate candies, in my hands and asked me to sign for it, which I did, and after that he headed back to his truck. I thought he was now going to get my subwoofer, but instead, he jumped into the driver's seat and started to drive away, at which point I took a quick glance at the package in my hands and found out that it was not even addressed to me. So I signaled the delivery guy to stop, in order to inform him that the package he has given me was not even mine. It was only then that he jumped out of his little fedex truck cockpit, went to inspect the other boxes in the back of the truck, and fished out my sub... So imagine what would have been delivered, if I had left the signed signature form at the front door as he had requested: he would have most likely left me that box of chocolate candies addressed to someone else, instead of my SVS sub... I really hate to imagine what I would have had to spend the remainder of the week doing in order to get my sub back, if that had happened... I really wish the UPS would get this matter sorted in your favor as quickly and as painlessly as possible.