FWIW -  I've had no issues with them on the several times I've used them.

Kenneth Waller

----- Original Message ----- From: "Gonz" <rgonzoma...@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Ricoh announces an upgrade service for current PENTAX K-1consumers

I had a bad experience with Precision but I never posted anything
negative about them.  I was never able to get the issue solved as
their response to my emails was non-existent. I guess that's how they
deal with "problem" customers: ignore them.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 1:21 PM, Bill <anotherdrunken...@gmail.com> wrote:
On 2/22/2018 1:06 PM, Mark Roberts wrote:

Bill <anotherdrunken...@gmail.com> wrote:

On 2/22/2018 11:21 AM, Leng-Feng wrote:

If it is like $299 or $350 I think I will do it right away. For $550, I
might wait a bit (especially many have negative experience with

I bet many more have had great experience with them. It's just that the
internet has given voice to disgruntled people with nothing to say.

Definitely. Precision did a repair and overhaul on my FA*80-200/2.8 (a
famously complex and difficult-to-disassemble lens) for far less money
than I expected and did a superb job. Turned it around fairly quickly,

The problem with internet reporting is that the people who feel they have
been treated poorly make noise far in excess of their numbers. I notice this
on the Titan Diesel forums where you would think that these trucks can't
make it across town without breaking down, and apparently they are far
better than the Rams, Fords and GMCs, which can barely get off the driveway
without a trip to the mechanic.
I'm sure that Precision has had it's fair share of failures, but I am fairly certain that the numbers are not horribly skewed towards failures, no matter
what the internet brayers would have us think.

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