I've bought a few bikes from these guys and always found their service ok and the pricing good. Still, I wanted to check I was still getting a good deal, hence the post about the tyres last week. Something happened on Friday that made me realise that you can't beat a shop that goes that extra yard and that price ain't necessarily the be all and end all. Riding to work on Friday I filled up with fuel. Went to start the bike and got nowt more than a 'chugga chug --- whine'. Damn battery had collapsed. I'd noticed it on Wednesday and put it down to cold weather. So, I'm stuck a petrol station, 9am and needing to have a working bike to go to work and attend the SIDS function in the evening. A guy from the servo helped me push start the bike and then a call to Jeffrey's for some advice. Turns out that they've seen a few stator coils fail in recent months. Not age related, even some new Blades have shown the problem. They said they had one in stock and they could fit it for me. I turn up at 9:15am and despite being a mechanic down, a full workshop, they said they do it that day and lend me a VFR800 to get me to work. Got a call just after lunch to say the job was done and the bike was ready for picking up. And the best part? No fee for the work (warranty - it was what I expected) or the loan of the VFR.