Hi all, first post here. I just received my new Benchmade Griptilian and I have a couple questions. I heard all the horror stories about BM quality control but I went and ordered it anyway.. really comfortable and I love the blade. Mine did come with perfect blade centring and a very solid lockup, which is great, but it does have an imperfection on the blade tang - it looks like a light tooling indentation, perpendicular to the tang (i.e. it runs across it). It can be felt when the lock bar passes over it when the knife opens/closes. It does not impede the action at all, it’s just detectable when the knife is opened or closed slowly, like a very slight detent. Should I be fussy about this? Is this something collectors complain about? I want this knife to be a hard user. Also, when I was adjusting the pivot I noticed that the female portion of the pivot slightly rotated when I loosened the screw. I checked and the female portion has a flat on one side, so should there be any movement at all when adjusting the pivot or is this a loose tolerance thing? I don’t have another Griptilian to compare with. Thanks folks.