In the past, I have posted and commented on a couple of the other forums about my continuing problems with my 20-20347-1 Via Rail Turbotrain. Since the end of March of this year, I have only logged a little over an 1 hours run time on it, the majority of time it being either shipped or at MTH for repair. The first repair was to replace a slave board(approx 6 weeks total), the second repair was to replace another slave board(yes the same one as the first repair), "repair wiring at lead unit socket", and "refurbish unit for operation". This was approx another 9 weeks. I received the Turbotrain back from MTH in late Sept, but due to other things in life, did not even open the box until last Thursday. Another surprise-upon unwrapping the lead power unit from its foam/plastic wrap, there was a gear from the lead power truck laying loose, plastered between the foam and the side of the body(not on the bottom where the truck is-but up along the side). There is an impression of the gear and it's grease in the foam where it was. In addition, there is a piece of the truck sideframe broken off(looks like a step) on one side. This was not broken when I sent it in for repair and the broken part is not in the wrappings. In addition, on the coach car that couples between the 2 power units, there is a tab broken off where the long plastic rod slides in from the adjoining car. This also was not broken off when the trains was sent in for repair. I waited a few days to calm down before calling MTH. Explained the whole situation to the customer service girl, so now the Turbo is going back to MTH AGAIN for damage repair! I told the customer service girl on the phone that if I could use the lemon law on this train for a refund, or even MTH credit for my original cost , I certainly would. I'm at the point where I don't even want this piece of **** anymore.