Hey Guys So i'm going to try and keep this short. I need some input/advise. 3 weeks ago, we purchased a 2018 Benny 25SSBXP. It's our first boat. I'm not a fan of purchasing used things. We looked, but ultimately decided to buy brand new. Tonight, i get home and i'm going through my mail and i received a envelope from the dealership. The letter contained the certificate of Origin for my motor. The manufactured date of the engine is listed at 9/01/2016. Immediately, my blood started to boil. I went and pulled my paperwork, and see on the paperwork that they have a 2018 Hull listed and a 2017 engine listed. I must have missed that when signing the papers, because the finance guy was just going through the numbers, taxes real quick, sign here, next page... etc.. But now come to find out the engine isn't even a 2017, it's a 2016! The engine was purchased by the dealer 11/15/2016. That puts it at 19 months they have had this engine sitting in a warehouse. This is a very big dealership that pushes a LOT of boats out the door. I have started to type a email to the salesperson i bought the boat from, but haven't hit send yet. Thinking i should calm down before i hit send. The biggest issues i have with this is, when i go to sell this boat someday, the next buyer is going to wonder why the heck is the engine 2 yrs older than the hull. It's going to hurt the resell. Why would they not say, "hey all we have is a 2016 new engine, would you be ok with that? We could offer some additional savings taking this older engine off our shelf. It's still new and has the same warranty, but will show 2 yrs older than the boat" Boats tend to loose value quicker than anything else in my opinion... and now i'm adding to that by having a 16' engine on a 18' hull! How would you handle yourself in this situation????