Yes, I meant to confuse you with the title! Hahahahahaha.
Have you seen the Quick Change act? It's pretty entertaining! Still figuring it out.
This appears to be a great feature if you buy on eBay. It is a free search of listings that are misspelled based on the correct spelling you input. What that means for you is that someone else searching for an item with the right spelling may not find the auction with the wrong spelling = less bidders and competition. I recommend checking the "Exclude the original word" box. This page shows what comes up if I search for listings where "Pottery Barn" was misspelled by the seller.
I was encouraged by today's reading from Spurgeon's Morning & Evening Devotions.