I dropped off my set of forks to FC last Wednesday. I also included a set of "spare" forks since I wanted to use the best of each to build 1 good set. I also included my OEM seals, bushings, and 2 quarts of Bel-Ray 5W fork oil. After speaking with their NH location on the phone I decided it would be best to drop off the forks and discuss what needed to be done since it was kind of complicated. Everything seemed to go well while I was there as the guy took notes on the Work Order Form. As discussed, the following things would be performed: 1. Rebuild forks using supplied parts: $100.95 standard charge. 2. Measure spring rate of both forks to see which was better for my weight. If they were way off, I'd consider buying a set of their springs: $115, if needed. 3. Disassembly charge of spare set of forks ~$50 (fair enough since they have to charge for this labor) 4. Check valving for my style and tune them if way off. I'm pretty sure these forks had been done by FC in the past based on the stickers on the forks, including clicker settings sticker so this adjustment would have been free. 5. Call me with a "call with estimate". I'm sure they did a great job, but they did not call me with an estimate. They assured me (I want to know eveything about what's done with my bike and this is the only thing I've had a shop do so far so I was already uneasy) they would call to go over the cost estimate and include details about what springs and valving was in there. Well, I called today to check the status and tom my surprise they said they were done! I did just recieve a message from them saying it would be $155 so I'm relieved. They previously said they used the Showa oil instead of mine since it was better, but that was a mistake apparently. I'll report back once I get a chance to ride these forks.