I see that kind of stuff on a daily basis. Not only does it make me mad, i feel sorry for the poor person that had that type of stuff pulled on them. What passes for a "professional modifier" or "tech" in the RF field nowadays is pretty sickening. The scary thing is that people actually pay good money ( sometimes EXTREMELY high amounts ) for this stuff and think that everything is working as good as possible because a "pro" did the work. That is, until they see what can really be done and usually for far less money. Then they get REALLY pissed, some of them wanting to literally pound the "professional tweaker" into the dirt. Quite honestly, i don't blame them one bit. Sean
PS... some of the "professional tweaking" that i've seen done on audio gear is no better. I would be ashamed to say that i had done work of that calibre.