They obviously didn't think this through properly. It said somewhere there that some sets weren't available in some countries, etc. So what they should be doing is forwarding orders to Lego NZ/Australia for them to process and deliver. The warehouses there should already have all the "allowable" sets in stock. Except that Lego NZ/Australia probably can't cope with processing orders like ONE minifig pack for little Johnny who lives 75km outside Taupo. Yet another case of an eBusiness being bunged online with no real thought just for the sake of the company being seen to to be bang up-to-date with the latest technology.