and a truck drove up to your house, leaving in your driveway...
a large box, which you had to get a neighbor to help you get into the garage, where with difficulty you could open it, to find:
Lots of cardboard, plus foam, and 1 steering wheel, two axles, four wheels, four tires, a transmission, a motor, a collection of body parts, and a box of nuts, bolts, hinges, screws, etc.
and a manual, in several languages, all of them badly translated from Japanese, and printed in very small type, with teeny-tiny illustrations, PLUS:
very poor directions for putting the thing together by yourself.
Imagine, further, that you had problems assembling the thing, and called or e-mailed the Whatsit Motors website, only to be informed that, for really helpful help, you had to pay.
Imagine, therefore, that you decided to pay someone to come to your house to assemble it, and it cost about one third of the purchase price of the car.
Would you feel frustrated?
Welcome to my cell phone world.