Two days before the end of this years archery season, while sitting in my tree stand, I noticed the limbs on my invader were starting to splinter.....again. So, I call Tenpoint and inform them of this. Everything was cool. Everything was on file, limbs being changed before and all. The service rep informs me that they will install a new trigger because there was a recall on mine. I'm happy. They email the UPS postal code within hours, and my bow is on it's way. Two weeks later I get it back. Now I'm a bit confused. I got a entire different set of limbs (way smaller). The trigger was replaced, but no longer have the ambidextrous safety (but the safety is easier to operate and quieter, so, I'm happy with it). After putting the bow together, my foot stirrup is not there, and the cords for the acu draw are about an inch and a half too short. I call them and explain. I get a few apologies and the parts are being sent asap. Again, happy. Well, the parts come yesterday. I don't know what kind of crossbow the plastic foot stirrup came off of, but it is definitely isn't from a ten point, wicked ridge, or a horton. The replacement draw cords are so thin that when you follow the replacement video, it is impossible for them to be installed and function. So, I tried to call them, again, and was put on hold for 40 minutes. I had other things to do, so I hung up. I took it upon myself to order the correct parts, I'll buy them myself, and install them. But today I was thinking. This bow is now a hybrid of other Invader models, the limbs are from a X4, the stock is the original, HP, and it dawned on me that they just replaced the trigger, threw the X4 limb assembly in the box, forgot the foot stirrup, never put it together and test fired it, and when I called them about the draw cords being too short, and stirrup missing, they through some junk in a box and mailed it to me. Well, now I highly doubt if this bow is going to perform as well as it used to, and I'm quite concerned it might explode on me. Their PR has always been top notch, and now it's disappointing.