To complete the hardware installation of the barebones ultra compact PC I've been outfitting, I am been waiting for the delivery of the rare DDR3L memory module -- 1.35V, low voltage RAM. After two weeks of waiting, I finally contacted Mike's Computing about the delay.
As we used to sing on high school band trips during delays in travel, "Why are we waiting? Why oh why are we waiting? Oh why are we, why are we-ee wa-ai-ting?" (to the tune of "Oh Come All Ye Faithful").
Well, turns out the product was not in stock, even though the online inventory system said six were in the Vancouver warehouse. Mike's didn't alert me that the memory module was back-ordered. After all, any DDR3L would do for me. They hope to have the delinquent product back in stock in the new year, with delivery a few days later.