After taking her out and inspecting her I found that she did have a slight bit of neck melt but nothing too bad. Type 2 Pullips commonly get "neck melt" as a result of the type of vinyls/plastics/resin in the head and body not sustaining themselves well when held together. It was a manufacturing defect which is now long fixed.
Her wig isn't super great quality. It is a rooted wig, but is made of a kind of strange fiber that's not quite synthetic, almost more like plastic. Her eye lashes are kind of clumpy looking and her outfit doesn't fit her quite perfectly. However, she's still a nice doll.
What the seller didn't mention (besides the missing parts) was that she has a lot of wear. Her jacket is pretty dirty and her face has some scuff marks on it. Her right arm likes to pop out of the socket, which I believe may be a result of her heavy jacket resting on it for so long. Her body does have a slight pop.
Though there is a lot of (nearly overwhelming) bad about her, there is also a lot of good. I actually am dreading replacing her type two body, not because I think it will be difficult- but because I actually really like the body. It's super pose able, and the joints don't feel nearly as delicate as a type three or four.
She's super photo-genic! I got a ton of great pictures of her in a very short amount of time. Eyes are a brilliant blue, next to Aquel she probably has the most vibrant eyes of any Pullip I have.
Anyway, I'm still on the fence about type two Pullip. I don't know that I quite like going back that far to the beginning of Groove's manufacturing simply because of quality difference, but I am happy enough with her as a doll. If she'd been in better condition I would've been even happier, but there's not much I can do now.
Anyway, meet Arietta! *I'm thinking her name will be Sharlotte, or Sharli for short*