Last Friday I was looking for the ten thousanth ( ? real word ) time for a buck I shot in gun season and finally found him. He had crawed into a hole in the ground caused from erosion. The funny thing is I must have walked past him a hand full of times without ever spotting him or smelling him. The coyotes and mice had a field day on his rack but it was still impressive. I've sent it away for repair and plan on mounting it on a plaque. Has anyone ever had any experience with these type of repairs?? How did it turn out. Was it presentable? He was a main framed ten that probably would score in the 160+, perhaps 170's.