I just purchased a new Dolmar 7910 from Baileys, a saw I've been wanting for a long time. I finally had the finances to do it, and the saws were on sale. I received the saw about a week ago, fueled it up, and it runs great. As I went to register it on Dolmars website for the warranty and such, I realized the "brand new" saw is 4 years old. Built in 2012. I was more or less shocked that I had purchased a new 4 year old saw, without being informed about it. I understand that the 7910 is the same from 2012 to 2016, but it still leaves me disappointed. I've spent quite a bit of money, at least for me, purchasing from Baileys, but this doesn't exactly leave me wanting to do more business there. Had I known the saw was 4 years old, that would have likely swayed me away from buying it, even if the price was good. There are plenty of Dolmar dealers I'd rather pay a few extra dollars to for a really new 7910. A build year like 2015 I can certainly understand, as it's impossible to completely forecast inventory and sales. 4 years, though, that one is hard to swallow.