In the past, due to the need to pay for chemo for the last 6 years, my 1911 purchases have been few and far between and when I did buy, Dan Wesson was as high end as I got. About 2 weeks ago, I traded for a lightly used, older (2006 build date) Ed Brown Special Forces, carbon steel, bobtail commander with Gen 3 finish. The night sights were shot, so I knew I would be replacing them. I ordered new sights from EB before exploring the rest of the sight. After doing so, I decided to take advantage of the Basic Service Package, which seemed like a good deal for $99. I also decided to have the gun refinished with the Gen 4 finish. At this point, the sights had already shipped. I contacted EB via telephone and ironed out the services I wanted and explained I would send the new sights with the gun. Here is where it goes wrong for me. The rep I spoke to said it would be $25 per sight to install the new sights. I confirmed what I already knew, which was the sights would be removed for the refinish. I asked what the charge was to reinstall the old sights, which I was told was nothing. I pled my case that since the sights were removed, why the charge, to no avail. I understand if all I was having done is sight replacement, then yes, charge a fee. But in this case, it seems to be a way to squeeze more money out of a customer. Am I being unreasonable?? Petty? If this is how the “custom” gun companies treat their customers, I want nothing to do with them. At this point I am considering offering it up for sale on the forum when I get it back and looking for a Guardian with some change to spare. Sorry for the rant and thanks for allowing me to do so, I feel better now.