Before SpaceX gets all jubilant
Lets see a few more succesful unmanned launched just yet. To show they actually nixed their quality control problems. Because if an internal strut fails at half its rated load, and you subsequently find it's a miracle it didn't happen sooner (IE, pretty much none of the articles on your production line meet specs) by golly do you have a problem! And a quality problem like that doesn't make me confident for the rest of the QA system either.