Here's a little more info for ya brother to hopefully set your mind at ease (or a lot of info actually lol).Thats good to hear you have dealt with Wes before I just ran across his site last week and didnt know much about him but he seemed to have good feedback on nintendoage. Sending a jungle green console to him today for the HDMI mod, a little more expensive than BA but I was getting impatient.
At around 9:24 in the "MyLifeInGaming" youtube channel which seems to be rapidly growing in popularity for the good and informative work that they do mentions Wes as having installed an amp for them that removes the SNES vertical line issue from one of the members of this channel's console.
These guys are basically huge fans of Wes's work and vice versa since Wes can direct his customers to their videos to get most of our questions answered about RGB modding, Marshall's N64 Ultra HDMI board upgrade and many other subjects before contacting him.
Wes seems to be a ferociously busy dude but will still answer all of your questions gracefully should you still need to ask him anything even if ya haven't watched these guys videos beforehand.
Here's a long interview where "Backinmyplay" an online videogame program interviews Wes for over an hour about his work at restoring retro game consoles.
Wes/Retrofixes has 100% feedback on Ebay (think Ebay is where I discovered Wes to begin with as I was scouring the internets for modders to do mods for me).
Wes shows off some of his mod work and options for customers on youtube.
So yeah shamelessly shilling here for my choice of modder but I do want Wes to become more popular and well known as that should ensure he's around to do business for me should I continue to need his modding services in the years to come. Well now you here all have much information to judge him and the quality of his work for yourselves.