OK, the cat was out of the bag before I unknowingly purchased a Constellation railtrack that had been redialed. There are a few glaring issues with the redial that I would like to resolve with another redial. I haven't decided whether to keep the watch, but I'm not putting it back into the wild the way it is. I've gone through the threads here and on WUS and I'm more confused now about which company to go to. In the US, I've seen references to one of the three different Kirks, International Dial, RGM, Goveberg, etc. I really haven't pursued overseas refinishers and I'm not opposed at all to sending the dial overseas to get a quality job done. What confuses me is that it seems each company specializes in different eras, makes, etc and much of the feedback about these companies is old and more recent feedback is mixed. I'd like to find someone that at least knows about the correct look of the Constellation text and other fonts and spacing on the dial. I'd at least like to get a redial done that it doesn't take @hoipolloi two seconds to spot as a redial. I know it will never pass as original, nor would I want it to necessarily, but I certainly want it better than it currently is. At least I have a couple of excellent references for what the dial should look like. Here's the current dial for reference.