Thanks for posting your experience - it seems I might be down the same path so I will certainly take your posted info into account.
The one thing that is different in my case is that my packs shipped in 4 (!) days:
This sounds like a good deal, but I was actually counting on the packs shipping slow boat,
because I won't be home for the coming 3 weeks...
Oh and the other grating thing is that they prepared the shipment *after* they confirmed that they would cancel my order, because I had finally read the horror stories here and requested cancellation. Well, the same "Amy" went for bonus points by first confirming to me that they would cancel the shipment and give me store credit; I came back and said that I preferred Paypal credit, then she told me that I should get credited within 2 days on my Paypal account, only to return and announce that the shipment was sent out anyway (and of course, no credit)...
Luckily I used my credit card (and Paypal) to pay, so I have some recourse if I also received re-packaged old 1C cells.
EDN just re-published a circuit to discharge cells with constant current and measure the time.
I have done similar measurements in the past to check 12V batteries with an inverter and a load of lightbulbs and a mechanical clock to measure the discharge time.
I wonder if I first should build a BMS and then do the discharge tests or first claim my money back... Definitely if I also get less than 4Ah from a claimed 10Ah pack, they will have to refund. We will see... in 3 weeks.