Thanks. I bought an AM crystal but everything else was salvageable. He did a great job straightening the second hand and there's only the slightest bit of yellow missing. All in all, looks great and I'm in for a little less than the "recently serviced " one go for on Ebay. And I know this was serviced with a guarantee.Replacing a watch's crystal with an aftermarket one is generally considered acceptable and does not hurt the watch's value. Replacing the hands can be more problematic. It's not uncommon for a seconds hand to bend. The best remedy would be for your watchmaker to straighten it back out. A faded red or yellow seconds hand can be renewed with a colored Sharpie marker. If you do choose to use a new aftermarket seconds hand, no one will probably ever notice.