No unfortunately..... because that would be a great price. Metz saddles can be especially confusing.
There are "Metz Saddles" in grades 1 and 2
and Metz "Microbarb" Saddles in grades 1 and 2
"Metz Saddles" have longer barbs and are good for woolly buggers and dry flies size 12 and larger (not much call for dries that large). The Grade 1 typically goes for 28 and the Grade 2 goes for 25 bucks. The ebay link in your post looks like a grade 2 "Metz Saddle".
Metz Microbarb saddles have feathers with barbs usually suitable for dry flies in sizes 10, 12 and 14. A grade 1 typically sells for 38-40 bucks and a grade 2 sells for 29-30
Other's may have had better luck, but I've had some problems with Metz-- with thick stems making them difficult to wrap and tending to twist so that the barbs stick out all over the place.
Another thing--- hackle colors have a bunch of different names to describe coloration--- some like cream and ginger are obvious, and duns are used to describe feathers with grayish coloration.
But there are also names of "colors" used to describe the different markings of feathers---
grizzly black and white barred,
Silver badger-- a white or cream colored feather with a black center along either side of the stem
Golden Badger- a creamish-gingery feather with a black center
Furnace- a Brown feather with a black center.
The saddle in the pic would be a "furnace" color as opposed to brown ("Brown" = brown feathers without the black center).
Since you're looking at ebay, I would go for something like this instead, this deep rich color would be considered "Coachman Brown":
Whiting Dry Fly Hebert Rooster Cape -Coachman Brown - eBay (item 390146718120 end time Feb-21-10 07:02:12 PST)
It's a Whiting Hebert Miner, Pro Grade Cape (notice the green whiting label, which denotes the genetic "Hebert Miner" line of birds rather than the more familiar Whiting "Whiting" flock with the red label). The Pro Grade Hebert Miner will typically tie dries in sizes 10-18 with perhaps a few 20's, and typically will tie 350 flies or so. Nice long feathers make it possible to get 2 flies per feather in many cases, and the stems are thin, flexible and easy to work with.
But that price on ebay, at 35 bucks plus 5 bucks mailing and handling is higher than you'll find at many fly shops, where it typically goes for 30. Here's an example from the Bear's Den, the Hebert Miner Capes are on the top left, note Pro Grades are 30 bucks (with Bronze, Silver and Gold grades also available for significantly more bucks) Whiting Herbert-Miner Hackle at BEARSDEN.COM
Hope this helps...