I have owned my Yani T902 for over a decade now and overall I have been pleased with the horn. However, I brought it in for an adjustment because I was having a lot of trouble getting the low notes (B, Bb) to speak. This is the second time this has happened in the last few years. The last time I brought it in the tech said it appeared the bell had shifted slightly relative to the body. I brought it to the same shop (different tech, the other tech has since left) and he said that again, the bell had shifted slightly relative to the body. The tech then had me hold the bell and he held the body. He moved the body back and forth and there was an obvious small shift between the bell and body. He said that this particular brace is not sufficient to prevent movement. I was very surprised as Yanis are known for excellent build quality. The brace is similar to the three point brace used on most modern horns. Has anyone else had this problem? The tech said that there is no way to prevent movement unless I solder it together. Is this necessary? Otherwise, he said I need to be extra careful about not grabbing the horn by the bell and be very careful when I take it on and off a stand. The only issues I have had with my Yani are that the octave pip on the body tube popped into the body and needed to be resoldered and that the lacquer has worn much faster than I expected.