In a note related to my last report I'd like to ask for some of your thoughts: Generally speaking, I repair my own small dings. Major stuff I give to other folks. However, it's been awhile since I've something that needed that type of care. Now normally if a board has cracked all the way through, buckles, or gets a major delam I wouldn't really think of having it repaired as I'd view the wound as a sign of the end of days via plenty of use and/or abuse. However, given that this board is pretty new and I loved it, I am considering doing so. A suggested, this isn't something I'd be capable of fixing on my own so I'd have to take it to a professional. What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of repairing a fully snapped board? How much will it effect the performance? What's a rough cost estimate? If you do recommend doing it who would you go to locally for such a serious job?