I'd be interested in this as well.
Recently I've been trying to get a take on Vince Naeve & AudioProz via email with him. But he asked for a consulting fee ($22 per 1/2 hour) to find out which of my pieces he'd worked on before, would be willing to work on, &/or thought would be worth the effort. I didn't mind that, but I was kind of insulted when, after I declined his paid consultation, he insinuated that I probably couldn't afford his work/services anyway.
I'd read on other posts that he's a wealth of info, but given to lengthy lectures (that I just didn't want to have to pay for). But I'm willing to tolerate some of this behavior if he delivers quality work, genuinely improves the fidelity of my gear, & is priced reasonably (which, by most indications/reviews, he does).
I know that email is a tricky thing to communicate well through & it's often easy to get off on the wrong foot. But right now I'm seeing some "red flags". So, what's everyone's take on this establishment? Also, can anyone recommmend any other good, reliable places to get mods done to outboard gear (since I'd like to have as many options as possible)?
Last edited by Lee Milhous; 19th April 2011 at 03:45 AM..