Here is my personal experience and review of www.watchdoctor.biz Mark Sirianni in Kane, PA.
I've never posted anything like this, but I feel like I want to share my experience so other members are aware of what happened.
I sent an Omega Great White (I’ve had several of this watch) to Mark for repair. It was keeping time at -15 sec/day, so it was ready for an overhaul. When I sent it, it was in excellent shape, no dings, red dot intact, bezel, dial, crystal were excellent.
He performed an overhaul on the watch, and returned it to me. Within a few minutes of opening the package, I noticed the superluminova was marked on several markers. I also noticed that there was dirt on the dial.
I contacted Mark immediately with pics. He said he would take care of it, to send the watch back. I sent it back promptly to him. After receiving and looking at it, he said he felt the GMT hand was rubbing on the dial, but he didn't do it. (Well I'll post before and after pics, keep in mind the red dot was intact and no one was ever inside the watch before and the dial was perfect). He said it would be on my dollar to get it repaired. I quickly disagreed, etc... He shipped the watch out. I sent it to Jack at International Watch Works. Jack took a good look, said it couldn't be relumed, needs a new dial... So I'm paying for one because Mark won't.
Mark tried to say that he would send it out to get relumed and it was a little blemish and it doesn't need a new dial for that. Well, I disagree, the dial was perfect when I sent it and should have been returned that way. The point here is he didn't want to do anything about it until I told him I would post a review of what happened.
What I learned was, buyer beware, if it seems too good to be true (price, etc...) it probably is. I have a problem with doing business with someone says he will do something and doesn't keep his word.
Next time, it will go right to a reputable repair person such as RGM, Jack, or the Omega service center.