Some of us including me get regular phone calls and/or emails from a MF gear advisor trying to drum up business and this morning I got yet another email from my MF gear advisor. Well, this morning was the wrong time for me to get such an email because I had been thinking about why I never buy guitars from MF/GC anymore. The TDPRI posting rules don't allow "Agenda Posting" and I'm not going to go there but I will say to Canadians that if you now order from MF/GC your shipment will be handed over to CanPar for final delivery to you and Canadians who have experience with CanPar probably understand what that means. I'm not going to go into any more detail as to why I'm unhappy with MF/GC. So after receiving the email from my gear advisor, I decided to write back to her with some constructive feedback and explained exactly why I don't buy guitars from them anymore. I'm Canadian so of course the email was extremely polite, but I know she is just a person doing her job so I also made it clear that she shouldn't take anything in the email personally. Even so, I'm sure she wasn't expecting the reply I wrote back to her so I do feel a little bad but I did ask her to pass on my feedback to the powers that be in the hopes that MF/GC will change how they ship orders to Canada. I hope they do change because there are things I'm interested in buying from them sometimes but I guess I'll see what happens after this. So why am I even posting this? I don't know, maybe I'm just making the point that if you're not happy with a company, it doesn't hurt to send them constructive feedback. I've done it a few times before, usually with positive results.