Originally Posted by Manton
For instance, you ask for a particular detail and don't get it?
I'm not a very talkative person, and so I usually say something once. I've learned to see it "in writing" when communicating with a maker, or have someone with me who also remember the specification.
What you are describing to me has more to do with, for the lack of a better word, "chemistry"
between the maker and client. That involves much more of the background of both parties than the interaction itself.
In the final analysis, however, it is a business transaction that may or may not be made more pleasant by harmonious chemistry. You say this, they say yes to this, you pay for this, you get this.
There is also the question of enough . . notch instead of peak is not enough, but a nonglaringly misplaced pocket might be enough (to take home).- M