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I am speaking for myself on this. The efforts to pressure the vendor to get this delivered is appreciated, but from experience too much pressure can be counter productive in terms of quality. Ideally quality control should catch any blems before they make it out the door, but that is in an ideal world. I personally can wait a few extra days to give them time to catch up and get it right the first time. I have been in the manufacturing "catch up" production mode before and like it or not the added pressure does cause quality problems. In short you guys have done your due diligence on this, so set back and take a breath. If it takes another couple of weeks the world will not come to a sonic end. Make no mistake your efforts are appreciated.