Well, a couple of weeks ago I got two signed Jerseys in to frame. (Magic Johnson and Larry Bird) We laid them out on the counter, measured, picked mats, you know the drill. While laid out on the counter, I measured and showed the customer how I was going to sew them down. He insisted I fold the bottom up about 5 inches (to save money.) No problem. I finish them and he comes to pick them up. He loves the Magic Johnson jersey. He is not happy with the Larry Bird. See, when they sewed the number 33 on the back (where he signed) they did not keep it straight and did not perfectly center it. (The numbers are a good inch out of whack and visibly tipped.) I framed the jersey straight and centered in the frame. He says I should have called and told him the numbers were crooked. He wants the jersey remounted with the numbers straight and the sides folded in so they are vertical. The neck and arm openings will of course be crooked, but he says that's better than the numbers being crooked. He offered to pay for the remounting. I think it will look silly, but I agreed to redo it at no charge. (I am still trying to get my name out there and he agreed to wait until after Christmas for the redo, so I will have time anyway.) Should I have called him before mounting? I did not notice the crooked #s when we were doing the design. (Most of the layout was done using the Johnson jersey, then colors were selected against the Bird jersy.) Well, mostly I just wanted to whine a little. There isn't much to do except mount it again. Good News, still filling Christmas orders! Merry Christmas everyone!