Unfortunately, I'm handling my first bad buyer experience from Ebay. After about 2 dozen guitars come and gone without issue, I guess I was due. I just received a Takamine solid top 12 string that was described as "impeccable". Impeccable apparently means that it has a bridge that is partially lifting, a very noticable bellying of the top below the bridge, and what appears to be about a 15cm crack in the top (running with the grain) on the upper portion of the top about 2 inches above the soundhole, running to roughly the level of the bridge. (Not to mention all the cosmetic issues, as well). The idealistic thing to do would be to stick it to the seller and get my money back, but realistically at best I'm probably out at least the shipping costs. The guitar actually plays quite nicely and has a great full tone. My question is whether this guitar is irreparable or will a few relatively simple and inexpensive repairs keep it in its current condition for years to come?