Haus1028 has it correct.
You should always use your local zipcode where you live, and develop a closely knit relationship with your supplier.
Or if the supplier is very big and busy, talk to them on the phone and develop one that is as good as it can be.
If you're out of stock, it will be a problem for doing test sales.
Like Jimmy said, a secret technique is just search google, webcrawler, or altavista for pictures of the item. Find the bests ones possible then upload them to photobucket or some other server for free.
Throw them into your product page, DON'T use the extra HTML offers eBay or Ubid throw at you, and you will be charged the BASE COST (lowest you can get) for selling anything.
So if it doesn't sell, you're home free again and can do it more.
WARNING: BEWARE of product keywords.....If you start listing alot and put product keywords in your TITLE, eBay, uBid, and bid-alot will SUSPEND your ACCOUNT for no reason!
This is a double negative if you put the keywords in there and then use Google Adwords or some other trick and pile hundreds of people there through the traffic exchange......then they will be REALLY mad.
So its best to know exactly what you are selling, DO NOT EVER put brand name keywords in the title of what you are selling. Unless it is official and won't confuse buyers.
ALOT OF CLEVER POPULAR BRAND NAMES put their keywords in their titles and are allowed to do this....because they are the actual brands or close to it as possible it never matters.
But if its not the actual brand and is being compared to XYZ brand, it always matters and is taken seriously.