My options are as follows: 1.) To hell with it, part it out, wash my hands of it and forget it ever happened. I have a fair amount of $$ into the saw as is and am reluctant to spend more. However, I will not come close to recovering all of my investment with this option. 2.) Buy another rough looking but complete and undamaged crankcase and repaint it like I did this one. Roughly $125 + shipping. Painting it will never be nearly as durable as the OEM powder coat but just might be enough of a facelift to make it presentable. Still going to make for an expensive saw. 3.) Go all in, new crankcase for $200 + shipping, sell off as many parts as I can to lessen the sting. Saw will look and run fabulous and I'll be quite happy with it other than the $$ invested. 4.) Or there is option #4, tear it down again, JB Weld the puncture, (the damage is not in a sensitive area or structural) and rebuild. This will relegate the saw to my personal collection and no farther. No matter what I do, there is no longer any profit to be made with this saw, so that renders the keep it or sell it argument moot. Gonna think on this one for now, but I'll make a decision here in the next 12-24 hrs. Y'all will find out what I decided in short order.