What's wrong with NewEgg, Amazon, ...
NewEgg, Amazon and others have made it very easy to buy things on-line. Combined with a freight forwarder such as Aerocastillas or TransExpress in Florida, everything should just work. Should but many times it does not.
After an initial mistake of ordering multiple items where one was sold by Amazon and others where you pay Amazon but come from other suppliers I realized the problem. You end up with two or more shipments going to your freight forwarder. You pay for two packages to be forwarded and two sets of customs charges (that is, fees to broker -- the total tax will be the same).
I have recently been a lot more careful to make sure the products actually come from Amazon or NewEgg but just got the shaft a second time. In both cases it was an order for a geek product and a cable, both sold directly by NewEgg. In both cases, the cable -- at an average price of $10 -- was shipped separately from a different warehouse. They were shipped for free -- to Florida. They are subject to about $1.50 of tax on the receiving end. They you toss in about $30 of shipping and handling customs clearance.