Yesterday I went to Wal-Mart and bought a Nintendo DSL (around $155 with tax). When I got home, I decided to open it up and check it out. However, the sticker on the outside of the box (the one that usually prevents it from being opened) had already been cut, and the rest of the enclosed hardware had already been removed from its plastic wrapping. Despite raising suspicions, I plugged the DSL into the wall via the provided AC adapter, and left it there over night. Today, I woke up and realized that the console was not even functioning (so charging it was utterly pointless). I flipped open the DSL and noticed that the upper screen was covered in what appeared to be air bubbles (presumably from a screen protector). However, I soon discovered that there was in fact no screen protector at all, but rather water inside of the system. This console had clearly been water damaged. So recently I had packed the DSL back in its box and went to Wal-Mart to return it. I handed the box over to an employee and waited as she checked the contents of the box. That is when she flat out refused my request, as the serial number on the box did not match the serial number on the console. She then went on to tell me that this console had been purchased back in November of 2009 at Zellers! It's quite obvious that someone had pulled the old switcheroo on Wal-Mart (and/or me). It's likely that someone had returned their broken DSL to Wal-Mart, disguising it in a box that it did not belong to. Although, another possibility is that a store employee is responsible for this bullsh*t, and douched me over by giving me what appeared to be a brand new DSL. So now I find myself cheated out of $155, and insulted that someone could accuse me of theft. I would appreciate any advice / help. Thanks.