So I was on my way out with the Mrs. for her birthday dinner at Vij's in Vancouver on Saturday, and as I slid into the back seat of the cab, I snagged the knee of my MTM suit on a bit of metal spring that had poked through the upholstery on back of the driver's seat. Luckily I was unhurt (imagine how a trip to the ER for stitches could put a dent in a romantic night out), but the result is that the pants of my suit have a 1/8th inch tear in the right knee. I called the cab company, and I think that they'll offer some compensation, because they said that the same thing had happened in the same cab a few days before, and that the driver had been warned. The damage is small, and I think that it can be mended. My question is, how invisible is 'invisible mending'? Good as new? Or is there clearly a seam at the site of the repair? Fortunately, the suit is a dark charcoal with a blue pinstripe, so a repair might not be obvious. What's an estimate for the cost of a good repair? Please let me know your experiences, A.