I think I finally threw the BS flag when I saw them point out the pop rivet used a cotter pin. Obviously this Vigas was used as a test mule in their factory - it didn't just accidentally land there naked from outer space with the nozzle perched on top. In the process of disassembling everything most likely one of the Econoburn guys lost the original cotter pin and picked up something off the floor to stuff in there. To specifically point that out as an example of shoddy construction was deceitful if I'm correct in my assumption. Welds on the econoburn do look good, too bad one can't see the internal welds as used on the Vigas to compare. You should have filmed the light gauge bottom pan on the Vigas - if it's like mine it looks like my 11 year old welded it ( of course it's not a critical area so works just fine anyway ) We got a bunch of footage of the non-machined damper in one, but never got to see the fine craftsmanship of the other. Oh yea - I noticed the tapped holes in the exhaust collar of the Vigas where the oxygen and temp sensors go for the Lambda controls - surprised those holes weren't pointed out as a defect that would leak fumes into the house...... Oh wait - that might get people wondering why they are there. Lets face it, there are probably only 20 of us here that watched the video and got rustled up - and we're already committed to a boiler and not in the market for a new one. This won't have any effect on sales within this audience. It probably would be on page 2 or 3 on it's way to the dustbin of history if the video's producer hadn't stormed in here to defend it and stir things up. Thou doth protest too much.... Though I don't fault him for doing so as no one likes to have their work picked on. If the video is refilmed they should point out the crappy door latching method of the "Import". That is fair game in my book.