Hi Guys, I was on the Arrma "goforit" Forum and was recommended to join here. Been a Tamiya guy for about 15 years and rebuilt my own cars modifying them (TA03F, TT01D, TT01E). Been keen to try offroading - after about 2 months of research and strong recommendation from a friend decided on the Arrma Fury 2014 BLS.. went to hobby store and they had the 2013 BLX on super duper sale price so opted pay the small extra and get the BLX instead. Having a few dramas now with the Arrma Fury... as mentioned bought it brand new 7 days ago and have had the diff spider gears exploded after 2 days (2 full battery runs). I've been pretty tame with the car - run mainly on grass (ie park/oval) and on soft yellow sand (construction site)... not tried to jump it or do anything exciting at all still getting used to the handling (and SPEED) compared to my Tamiyas. After diagnosing the diff as the fault I took the diff in to where I bought it and they rebuilt under warranty - but used molyendium (sp?) grease instead of silicone oil as they recommended this.Put diff back, regreased and re-assembled. Car ran again for about 10 minutes fine then started making griding noises. Took it all apart again to check for issues - reset the clutch/slipper - reset the gear mesh numerous times. Ran just motor and transmission fine but soon as reassembled and load on the wheels grinding noise. Took car back to store and they drove it around carpark - i could just hear the noise but they said they couldnt hear anything and car seemed fine.. told me to take it out and give it some proper hard running and if noise got worse to take it back. Lunchtime same day took it to oval accross from my work - drove hte car 15 metres, turned around and drove it back towards me.. lost power and it just started griding on the spot. Have taken complete car back to store this time.... feeling a bit miffed after doing all the research and deciding on Arrma (seemed to be best price point and reliable) - really just wanted something i could drive on deep grass, sand etc. I've driven my tamiya 1/10th road cars like 100x times harder than this and never broken anything except where ive crashed and maybe snapped an arm or something... Driven this Fury like a gentleman and aside from a few light scratches on the cover and dirty tyres the car still looks like new. Just wondering if anyone else experienced these issues... just not sure if i should be asking for them to replace the chassis under warranty - have no faith in the car considering how gentle ive been to it and it has broken twice in the first week. Cheers.