When I go out to service a pellet, at the least I am replacing the exhaust gasket, maybe ohming some motors out, checking operation, as well as the full clearing and cleaning associated. What sucks is that when something is wrong with these old breckwells, whitfields etc.. I already know the customer is going to get gouged. I know where not suppose to discuss pricing but some of these old board to new board upgrades are just crazy and wonder if they are just jacking prices up to push the new unit. The reason I am griping is a well known American company has a board similar to these breckwell models and is 50 percent lower in cost?? Had to quote a customer this outrageous price and wasn't proud of it but what is the business to do when some of these manufactures put the screws to you. I am a service technician and its sad when you can't fix something or customer passes on the repair because the price of the part is just crazy.