So I have gone and acquired my first Oris, a 43mm Aquis.
I had the bracelet adjusted at the AD, and for whatever reason they didn't have the appropriate sized screwdriver to get the job done. They attempted to grind one down but had no luck and gave it to the watchmaker that they employ. I picked up my watch a couple of hours later and didn't think too much of inspecting the work. After all it was a bracelet sizing. But after a couple of hours I decided to look it over and do some admiring and I immediately saw that they really scored the metal around the screw holes. Also, about 4-5 screw heads are nicely gouged from someones complete lack of finesse. I am going to take it back first chance tomorrow (technically today) and tell the owner that it is unacceptable for anyone to have such sloppy work. Any opinions on what course of action I should ask from the AD? Replacement of the bracelet/swap for another piece/ simple buffing and replacement screws?
Sorry for the crappy iPhone pics, unfortunately they don't really show how obvious the scoring is. I'm a realist at this point with all my watches and I expect a good amount of swirls and surface scratches from daily wear, but I don't think this type of careless work is acceptable.