What about all the guys that were blowing belts to the fact that the clutch was slipping. Yeah, they jumped ship on the stock primary and went with a after market clutch because as they we're seeing there belts blowing apart due to the clutch slipping and with enough time were going to have a failure from the bolt being over tightening. Why wait for a possible failure to take out the primary, the secondary and the cvt cover, when BRP only covers the clutch problem for the first six months. Yeah, know that it's been going on for a little while its not a problem to get them to cover it, but that wasn't the case for people in the beginning. So, I guess my point is why would people keep a clutch that is loud when it engages, didn't always have a correct shift out and had you blowing belts at a $150 a piece. For what? To be left in the woods broken down and unable to ride. So, I'm only guessing that before BRP would've had the first bandaid fix out, if guys hadn't done something themselves, the numbers would've been quiet a bit higher than they ever were. Just because most of my buddies can walk through the swamp without getting bitten by an alligator, is it really worth it to me to risk it? My answer was no, because when I'm finally able to ride, I don't want to have to worry about a clutch that might or might not get me back to the camp. I'm glad that the numbers have gone down on the failures and that one of the problems of the correct shift out is probably going to be corrected by a clutch kit. Sorry for the long post but, the guys that had to deal with this clutch problem should've never had to fight with this POS design in the first place when were already having problems with our lower horse power commanders slipping. And of course they new about it because, my 2012 commander had a slippery washer bandaid on the stock primary as well. Did they not realize they needed to lock the dam thing together like every other single manufacturer. Just had to give my .02 cents?