Unforunately I do agree that there really isn't much to do about it, and you shouldn't work yourself up over it, but at the same time, I also get bugged by ads I see where the horse isn't what they say it is. I do feel bad for someone who might get the horse thinking that everything that the sellers say is true, but that's the way life works. I've gotten ragged on a few times because people say that I'm too honest about my horses. Personally, I don't try to make the horse sound evil, or completely untrained or whatever, but if there is a problem that the horse has, I want the buyer to be aware of what they are getting, and be okay with it because they can deal with it, than to try and just get the horse sold no matter how I have to do it. Hopefully someday people will stop falsely advertising, but until then, we've just got to take everything with a grain of salt.