This is why I like Hong Kong*/Chinese sellers, the shipping is cheap and they don't mind helping you get things past the thieves at customs.
The problem we got here, is just that if they just THINK the things in the package is worth more than allowed, they add a 500DKK (around 85$) fee, just for handeling it, then the tax on top (from what they judged it to be worth) if they feel like it.
Worst around Christmas, EVERYTHING is getting that 85$ fee then, no matter what. I ordered a little dvi > d-sub converter, price was like a half dollar, still got a 85$ fee on top of it. I refused to pay, and the package was send back. But they know people order stuff outside the country here, and most of them need what they get for presents, so they can add the fee, and people will most likely pay, because they really need that package.
They call it the law, I call it dirty tricks.