My point was that as of July 23, all off the D5000's I knew of were subject to the recall.
Nikon refreshed the vendor stock and is repairing consumer cameras; which is commendable. All of the cameras sold prior to that point appear to have been subject to the recall. That somewhat negates the view that it was a limited recall for a limited number of parts that they had identified by serial number. Instead, it supports the view that it was due to either a massive batch of bad parts or a design/engineering fault.
My camera has gone back and returned. I know that Nikon has 'blessed' my camera. I'm happy with that.