Hi all, Last week I had one of my 'unicorn' guitars delivered - a 2019 Les Paul Special in TV Yellow. I've not had time to look at it since due to work, other than check that the body was ok, neck was ok, and it played ok. It plays fantastically and sounds wonderful when plaugged in, so I've jammed away for a few hours on it when I've had the chance, and I'm pretty delighted. Looking closely this morning, I noticed a very slight (.5mm) 'step down' or long dent between frets at both the 3rd and 9th frets... looking closer, the person cutting down the binding misjudged and cut into the fretboard too! It isn't sharp, and doesn't effect playability in any way. I suspect that when I have some wear on the guitar it'll disappear in a few years as I have the touch of a blacksmith, or could be fixed/levelled at the first fret dressing. Wondering what everyone else would do - live and let live' or complain to the seller to let them know?