Am I being a little extreme?

I noticed this sill plate on one side of the foundation (2 different pieces) was like warped and curled up. When I felt with my hand to make sure it was not rotted or being crushed I felt no rot or anything atleast IMO. However I am asking myself why would 2 seperate pieces of wood be doing the same thing if it were say just warping. So I am open to opinions. Is this truly anything to even note or recommend having evaluated? Thanks,

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On the last pic, could that pile be frass?

I think it was just not anchored to the foundation as required today…within 12" of joints and on 6’ o.c. in the field.

http://publicecodes.cyberregs.com/icod/irc/2009/icod_irc_2009_4_par023.htm

On the second picture, is that part of the rim joist top missing?

None of it, in your pictures, seems like a big deal from MI.

I don’t see anything worth mentioning as long it is bolted down. Wood cups a bit if nothing is on top of it. I do see a water stain on the rim joist, which would probably cause the cupping to be worse at the butt joint without that toenail in there to hold the seam together.

I did run my hand over the sill everywhere I could. Hard to get my head in there. However I saw no signs of bolting. I have noted that to be in my report already.