Hey Everyone, I need help determining if I got fooled by guitar center. I bought a used guitar that I had been looking for, a Fender American Vintage reissue 1959 strat in Sonic Blue. There were pretty rare new, so finding one used was great. I got it shipped from the GC in South Austin to my house in NJ for about $1300 out the door. It was an amazing price so I jumped on it. It has its share of checking and discolorations of the finish which is fine for a used guitar and gives it that relic vibe. Well about 3 days after I got it I decided to open it up and make sure that the insides are what they are supposed to be. The guitar plays and sound good, mind you. So the body and the pickguard are correct for the model, with all the appropriate markings. However two things jumped out at me. First, the body and neck plate are dated 2014 while the neck is dated 2016. Can this be correct? The neck is definitely from the model of AVRI 1959 but I'm afraid I was sold a partscaster with no disclosure. The second thing, and this is not GC's fault, is that the neck is covex and has a backbow. The truss rod turns loose, and won't affect the position of the rod. The neck plays well and the frets are straight as I have medium to low action on the guitar. Are both these things deal breakers? Should I return it, or make a big deal of it? Thanks in advance!