I recently bought a T-3 (on Saturday, March 31st.) from the Woodcraft store in Lenexa, Kansas. I got it home, unpacked it, put the stone on, and turned it on. There was a noticeable wobble (run-out) in the stone, so I took it back to the Woodcraft store. The gentleman at the store noticed that the heavy thick washer that sits behind the stone was stamped out rather than machined, and therefore, the two sides were not parallel, which caused the wobble. After some grinding on the washer, he had eliminated almost all of the wobble. From my place in Topeka, Kansas, USA to the Woodcraft store in Lenexa, Kansas USA is 69 miles one way. Therefore, I had to drive an extra 138 miles (plus the high cost of gasoline) all because of a stamped washer rather than a machined one. Has anyone experienced this same problem on a brand new machine? Thanks.