hello guys, I've been reading posts from talkbass.com since I was just a kid and I've always found good advice here. This is the first time I post something because I need help to know what to do. I've been thinking for a while in getting an SVT4 pro. Got an email from a renowned store with a sale, lots of item with very good prices, since they are moving to a smaller location. I saw they were selling a SVT4 pro, "brand new" in $999. Damn! I jumped on it. The pictures posted showed the amp out of the box with some dust on top, I asked about it and I was told the amp was on the store floor for at least 4 months and they assured me it was never played and it was "brand new", and will be covered by manufacturer's warranty. I said "well, it's not that bad". On the listing said the amp was dated in 2015, which is not bad IMHO. Well, decided on it and pulled the trigger. When got the amp, opened the box and started going through it all, I found out that the mono bridge cable was not in the box (it said on the manual it was included and on the amp itself as well). Contacted the store and they said that if the cable was not in the box, it was not included on the sale. I contacted ampeg to know if I could purchase the cable from them, and they tell me they don't manufacture amps with mono bridge anymore. And getting in detail, they told me that the amp maybe 5 years old at least!! (Possibly not a 2015). Ampeg told me that since the amp I got to nowadays, that model have suffered some changes and they would considered my amp is not brand new as stated. At this point, I'm waiting from a feedback from ampeg to now exact date of my amp and if it still will be covered by the manufacturer's warranty in case I decide to keep it. My question is: what you guys would do in my position? Should I return the amp and get my money back? Or keep this "brand new" old amp?. Thank you so much in advance. I apologize for the lentgh of this post!. Best regards.