I am so upset. We bought our 2075 GL last summer. We custom ordered it to avoid all the bells and whistles and get the colors we wanted. It was perfect. This is our 4th boat, first pontoon. We are meticulous owners. We usually store our boats ourselves or find storage (ie. fair ground barn, dealer, etc.). We have mostly done our own cleaning, etc. Since we needed some minor warranty work done (canvas, etc.), we sent the boat to the dealer for the winter. They made the repairs and stored it for us. When I contacted them to have it delivered to our lake (we didn't purchase a trailer yet, spent a little more on the boat than we expected to), they offered to test drive it locally to make sure all the electrical worked and to clean it for us. Since we only used it for 3 months last summer and we only have a speedometer and a radio, we denied the service. The head of the service department called me back and gave me such a hard time about not doing the service (what if the battery is dead on delivery? what if something is not working? everyone else does this service!!), I gave in and had them do it. When it was delivered, the pontoons were totally speckled with acid stain. The white acid splash is also on our ribbed rail, the ladder, and the motor area. The dealer's driver acted like it was no big deal but we were shocked. There were also 2 rubbed marks on one pontoon because they had left it at their low dock against bumpers...we have our dock at 'walk on' height and have vertical plastic bumpers (with no marks on our rail from last summer!!) The driver waited while my husband and I took pictures. I wanted to send the boat back with the driver, but we had planned such a nice time together on our Maine lake on a rare hot and sunny day. We took possession and said we would call the dealer. I sent a seething email with pictures. I told them I wanted a new boat! It looks horrible!! In addition to the appearance, I am concerned about the acid compromising the metal on the pontoons, rails, ladder and motor area. Is this acceptable, is this dangerous, am I overreacting??? Since it was on the trailer, we couldn't see underneath to see where else the acid went. And the water is still too cold to swim in for us! I truly want this sent back to Bennington to be put on a new deck with new pontoons. (I could only upload one picture...I have lots more! What would you do????