Am I being crazy or is that completely out of line? I should add that the seller was incredibly nice and gave me a better deal than anyone else. But I've had the guitar a couple weeks and I'm realizing more an more every time I play it how poorly he set it up. For example I pulled out the saddle to see how much material was left (way too much was taken off especially on the Treble side so if I dig in/play to dynamically I get buzzing) and I find that he didn't even file the saddle level. When I put it on a table it sits crooked so it's obviously not seated on the piezo efficiently and I can't just fix it cause he's taken so much off already I can afford to take off more material in order to get it level. But a saddle is cheap (it's a tusq compensated 3/64th Martin style saddle so I can just get another for about $15). But heres that part that really has me smh frustrated. The nut was meticulously leveled on either side by Martin so that the wood and nut are perfectly matched and if you closed your eyes and felt the sides of the nut it would feel like one peice of material without any edge. In other words it's completly smooth. But again the seller lowered the nut slots. So I either do the bone dust ca glue trick and fill the slots and recut them or I buy a new nut and replace the existing one but there's no chance it will fit like the existing brand new one that should have lasted me at least a few years. I do all my own work on my guitars and build my own pedals from scratch (and mod pedals) cause I don't like other people working on my stuff. But the Martin is the 2nd most expensive peice of gear I've ever bought the other being my Marshall so I really wanted to just enjoy it as it for awhile (I already replaced the tuners but I think anyone reading this gets the point). To be clear I was never asked if I wanted him to set up my guitar. Had he asked I would politely told him I do my own work and would like to set it up for my preferences and string gauges, in other words I would have said hell no. Unless you've been playing less than a year you should be doing all your own set ups and minor repairs in my opinion it's part of being a guitar player. Anyways just venting and wondering if I'm being ridiculous or if I'm justified in being upset about it. How would you feel if this happened to you? EDIT: Overall im happy with the guitar, its just the fact the initial setup was "robbed" from me lol that had me frustrated. The guy i bought it from was obviously under the impression he was doing me a favor. I dont see it that way but i can see how someone could. So considering I dont want a replacement or a refund and considering also that nothing has been done that cant be undone my only recourse was to get online and bitch/vent. And thats exactly what I did in this post. I just wanted to know that im not crazy for being a frustrated i wasnt asked before the set up was done. If i paid full price or the seller was a jerk id likely make a bigger deal out of the situation. Anyways, bitching/venting accomplished i can now move on and enjoy the guitar knowing it will be set up to my ideal preferences as soon as i get the new saddle and nut and have some free time to install them (specifically the nut) with as much care as Martin did. I always change the saddle and nut on new acoustics and set the up myself as well. But Martin just lined up that damn nut so well....lol....ok im putting this to bed for real.