I took one of my racquets (k90) to the tennis shop to get it restringed, since I had received a pack of Nat Gut for my birthday. The stringer, who I hadn't seen before, got right on it. The racquets was strung with Alu Power at 55lbs. As far as I know, the proper way to remove an intact string (Alu wasn't broken, was about 2 months old) is to cut in a cross patern starting from the middle of the string bed. Well, this guy went right for the edges, cutting right near the frame in a circular motion around it. I don't have any experience with stringing so I couldn't start yelling at him, maybe that's a proper way to do it... Should I go make a scene ? The racquet looks and plays fine, however when I put it on top of another k90, it seems that the grommet holes' position dont match perfectly... and that "w" on the bumper guard is slightly off, which make me think the frame might be bent. Here are teh options: a. Poor quality control from Wilson. b. I'm just paranoid. c. That guy actually managed to slightly bend the frame. Thanks.