Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp
rszanto, after looking through all this again, I think this could have been avoided if you'd just asked Corsair to send the screws/stickers and asked them how you can switch the decals around (I know aesthetics are important but you're blowing that one out of proportion), I'm certain they would have helped you with that. It's also VERY unfair to assume they got the innards wrong (in fact it's incorrect since Seasonic makes the internals as has been pointed out) just because of flipped decals.
I don't think so. When you pay $300-$400 for a top teir PSU, basic things like including the accessories and put the sticker wrong is something you don't even see in a $30 PSU. Not once have I ever gotten a PSU with stickers on the wrong way and missing screws.
If it was crooked sure, mis matched screws sure, but completely messed...on a PSU that is equivilent to an Audi R8 Super car, well that is a not acceptable. Imagine you buy your R8 and it doesn't come with wheels. You go back to the dealer and buy another one and this time the engine is making noises and oil is leaking. You would be furious.
Now you might think $300 compared to $140,000 is a difference, but it isn't. $300 is to get one of the best PSU's, 140k is for one of the best cars. If you purchase the best for what is compared to their own respective price ranges, you expect quality.
After two units, I did not receive quality. I did not receive a proper RMA, I was told to wait 26 whole days before they can even ship one...assuming I wanted to do a cross ship. Imagine if EVGA did that, well sorry we don't have motherboards or graphics cards on hand, please wait a month til we can get you one.