Ive owned a LEV for 9 months and Ive managed to bend the top seatpost clamps and bolts. Its a 2 bolt design but the top clamp is so thin that Ive managed to bend it to the point that I cannot lock down the seat no matter what the torque. KS recommends 10Nm torque which is very low but as you start to bend the clamps, you gradually have to increase the torque of the bolts. THe bolts bend making the problem worse. I was resigned to getting all the clamp parts but BTI - the exclusive distributor of KS small parts - has been out of stock for a month. KS up in orange county told me to call them back if the situation remains the same. Ive reached out and havent heard back... I like the performance of the post except they really underdesigned the sturdiness of the clamps. I looked at my old easton and the clamp is much more durable design. I really wish KS would build a sturdy design sacrificing a few grams for a long lasting product. Im tempted to unbolt the thing and have my bike shop send it back under warranty. I really dont want to with the hassle of removing the remote but I guess that is what I have to do... If any of you guys can point me to a source for parts or repair, Im all ears. A $300+ seatpost is worthless if the clamp and bolts are junk. Maybe you guys have found another brand clamp that fits the KS. Ive tried my easton, but the spacing between the bolts is too great.