There are some silver linings on it happening on an airplane with EAB allowances. There's cheaper ways of getting back in the air. Swapping engines with a cheap used one of a different suffix variant (which opens up a ton of market that simply isn't available to a fac-built airplane largely married to a single specific engine variant model) being the biggest advantage. Likewise, IRAN on an engine bolted to an RV has cheaper options since you can put pretty much put/work on whatever the hell you want on that engine, to include widely available clone components. Hell even a used clone engine would be cheaper than going the tired full-on fac-built oVeRhAuL route. I certainly empathize and share your frustration with the rank moral hazard of the recreational "aviation recall" cost-shifting onto the consumer, dynamic we're captive audience to in the AD system, in stark contrast with what American motorists experience as their status quo.