When I need my jackets retaped, I send it to Rainy Pass Repair in Oregon. They're pretty much the best place around; REI works with them for -tex repair. I wouldn't recommend doing seam taping by yourself, as it gets messy and a lot of times it doens't work out (either by fucking with the waterproofness of the fabrics or simply not having enough heat to tape correctly). It's relatively cheap too, a full retaping with wash + re-proofing is about $100, worth it since you're essentially getting a brand new piece back. Also, nonnative has some very technical pieces out that are well designed. On top of sweet outerwear, goretex lined sneakers and shoes (awesome). This season I wasn't quite impressed with their offerings, but I have an older navy pertex jacket from them that I used for pretty much everything outdoors: multi-day treks into the maritime forests of the Georgia barrier islands, swamp romps in the Okefenokee, daily cycling commutes, and it has held up impressively. I have a WM jacket as well that is very well thought out, and overall I'm really impressed with the two brands. I have an Isaora 2.5L jacket coming so hopefully that will hold up to my expectations.