I have lots of guitars and believe it or not, none of them has ever come from a GC, SW, MF, etc. in the fully assembled, brand new condition. I was looking for a good price on a Squire Affinity Tele and found one on Labor Day Sale price at MF that was too good to pass up. It will arrive here on next Monday, and I got to thinking about its arrival and what to look for on receipt. Obviously, the first thing would be to inspect the box for damage that might have damaged the guitar inside. But if all of that is OK and I proceed to unpack the guitar, is there a certain sequence of things I should use to inspect the thing for physical condition and then follow that with a function/playability test? What sort of things would you folks observe on something like this that would make you want to return it for a refund? This is definitely not a big buck guitar, but I don't want poor finishes, alignments, fittings etc. that are not up to par. If it's just needs a setup and some minor fret work, I'd think that would be OK. I just don't want to rush through this process only to find that I overlooked something and miss the time allotted for product return. Guidance?