I've got a Galvin 6x9 (long bellows version). Bought it brand new in 1978, camera number three. Over the years the paint finish has worn away on the edges of the standards and some other areas. I want to disassemble it and get the components refinished with black anodizing. This Galvin is kind of special because I sent it to Jim Galvin many, many years ago and had it upgraded. It's great, simple little camera made in America, a icon in view camera history. So, a high quality anodizing is important to me. I considered SK Grimes but they are awfully expensive on things anymore, they would just ship the parts out anyway and mark up the service. Anybody have any anodizing done that you were very pleased with? What's your sources?