David Beasley used to work at Fodera as the sales rep. Now he has his own shop (the Groove Shoppe) and I don't think anyone has really replaced him at Fodera. Based on his web site, however, David still seems to act as a sales arm for Fodera. For those of you that have dealt with both, what are your thoughts on the Groove Shoppe vs. going to Fodera directly (since David has left) for modifications and repairs... as well as designing a new instrument. Does the Groove Shoppe charge something on top of what Fodera would normally charge? Is it easier to get service and time/attention from the Groove Shoppe or better to go straight to Vinnie and Joey? What have peoples experiences been? Thanks in advance.