Hello, new member here. First time pool owner and first pool I've ever installed. It was no easy task. My backyard slopes and my ground is so rocky and hard I had no choice but to build up the back. I know it's not ideal but it was the only way. I layed down 4 tons of stone dust and wet and compacted layer by layer over the course of the week. The entire area was leveled with a laser level and it's within 1/4" level all around (I'm anal). Now, heres where it gets tricky. I had the bottom track dead nuts round and secured so it wouldn't move when we installed the wall in the track. When we came to the seam, we were off roughly and inch or two and kicked the footplates in all around to get it back to round. We installed the wall and liner and had the pool filled by 2 trucks as we are on a well. We did the shop vac technique and got the liner perfect no wrinkles. I noticed however after the trucks filled the pool that I had (2) uprights that were leaning. The one pictured to the left leaning in and the one picture to right leaning out. With a 4' level on these 2 uprights, they are off front to back (not side to side) 2" from top to bottom. It's visible and it's annoying the Crud out of me. I understand the only way to correct this is to drain the pool. Pool water costs 750 bucks and I've already spent a small fortune on this thing lol. I was hoping to wait until we have an issue with the liner to drain it and fix it. My concern is it a structural issue? Again the pool water is level and everything about the pool is 100% level. I think where we made a mistake was taking the pool out of round when we were bolting the seems. What kind of tolerance is there before it is a structural issue? Saftey is my top priority and my wife thinks I'm nuts. But i am a perfectionist with OCD tendencies when building things. She thinks I'm overreacting but as long as it isn't a structural issue I can deal with it as we will be building a deck for this pool next. Thoughts? Sorry for the novel and thanks in advance! I used the search function here with mixed results.