The Mayflower was The Soundpost's base model before the Primavera 90. The difference is that the Primavera 90 has rosewood pegs, the Mayflower has ebonised pegs. That's all. The Primavera 90 has a list price of £510 - and if you want Prelude strings added you can add £46.50 to that. But in fact this cello not only has Prelude strings, it also has a much better bridge (Despiau) which has been professionally fitted (by the way, that is 90 minutes work and, obviously, it is skilled work) and a genuine Wittner ultra tailpiece rather than the cheap Chinese version. In total, if you got all this done to it after purchase, you would be looking at well over £100.
Yes it has three minor pieces of cosmetic damage. I'm afraid that is pretty much par for the course at this price point.
It comes in a Primavera padded bag, with a Hidersine 5061 bow and a block of A&B rosin.
No you probably won't beat this one at the price. There is only one and frankly I am very surprised that it is still here.