So I'm preparing for a highly anticipated duck hunt this morning. Most Cans and Bluebills I'd seen yet. As I'm tossing out the Greenhead Gear Canvasback and Bluebill decoys, I noticed that a couple that I had already tossed were drifting away with the wind and laying on their sides. I wondered, "what the h*ll?" I hop in my jon boat and paddle after them. When I finally catch up to them and pull them from the water, I see that the Snap-Lock Keels had removed them selves. The keels, lines and weights were now laying on the bottom of the dark unknown. From then on I had to carefully place each decoy, fearing that I may lose more keels and weights. When I returned home, I contacted Greenhead Gear and described the problem. I was advised that there was a one year warranty on the decoys and since mine were two years old, I was out of luck. I was then given the opportunity to buy more keels for $2 a piece plus shipping. I furiously refused. I will not pay to replace parts that I may lose again. I can't imagine that I am the first one that this has happened to. Has anyone else had this problem with poor design and advised that they were on their own? Greenheads Gear lost a customer today and I was just about to order 2 dozen more decoys.