OK, now a few ideas on how you can improve your listings.
I found the listings description to be quite informative, however I would suggest setting it out a little better. Some spacing here and there can encourage a customer to read it, where as a lot of that is in block, and quite over whelming.
The images themselves are also an area where I would be looking at improving. Unfortunately they scream Drop Shipped product to me, and most ebay buyers these days are very aware of drop shippers and will avoid them if they possible can.
As a buyer, the last thing you want is to be buying form someone who has no control over what you get and when you get it. Of course a buyer wants to deal one on one so if there is a problem, they can get a straight answer and not some run-a-round while the drop shipper is giving the seller the run-a-round.
I would be looking at other image avenues to make it appear that the product is yours, and yours alone. If you do want to use their images with that branding style, than I would suggest you could develop your own template with a very similar branded theme so as the images matched, and then the drop shipping aspect wouldn't be pulled into such strong focus.
Of course the item location is also a give away as to the product being drop shipped, but a better branded template of better images can deflect a customers attention away from that.
Watch your pricing model. As said, that has the very strong potential to not only get you negative feedback, but to have a report filed to ebay for excessive shipping charges.
Have you researched the products you are trying to sell at all, or just testing your luck?