About a year ago I bought a guitar made south of the border by a very large American manufacturer. No names yet until this gets resolved, but I think you know who I mean... Shortly after owning the guitar I noticed a small hole about the size of 0.07 pencil lead, I didn't think much of it, just a finish flaw no big deal. Lately I found a few more, ( 8 total all on the body) and a fine dust on my guitar stand, needless to say this was strange. So I call a very good friend who is very well known in the biz and he says it sounds like a bug exiting the body, he was right. Say hello to what appears to be the Powderpost beetle. Holy crap! http://www.ca.uky.edu/entomology/entfacts/ef616.asp I have found a few of these suckers around a light in my studio. I called the big name guitar company and they told me to bring it to the local service center (Terminex?). They were very nice but wanted to check if the bugs weren't entering the body ( through poly?) as opposed to leaving it. I will do that this week, right now the guitar is in a plastic bag in the closet. I certainly hope these guys haven't made themselves at home in my house of else we will have a problem. I am not bashing the company at this point, stuff happens and as long as they replace the guitar and hopefully that will be the end of it infestation wise all will be fine. I'll keep you all informed as to what happens, but has this every happened to any of you? I have the heebie jeebies.