There's a used D-18 at a shop in town, '19 or '20, I took a gander at and there's almost no saddle left while the neck is dead straight. They're asking full price too on it, lol, someone is going to get burned. I guess that's why there's at least some solace in buying new. Those designs are like rolling the dice though, don't think Collings & others aren't stocked up with warranty repairs too. I'm in the market and I'm guessing I'll settle for something old that's had a recent reset/work...that **** is expensive when not under warranty. Still, you should be good for a long time after one reset, sounds like a lemon. I know Gibson just replaces the guitar at a certain $$ amount on warranty claims. You'd think Martin would go down that road at this point.