I'm picking up my tenor from the shop on Tuesday. The horn's been fully repadded, since it was still on original pads when I bought it. My alto was new when I bought it, so I've never had to pay for a full repad before, so I had no idea how much is included in one: at least at the place I took my horn to, a full repad includes replacing all pads, felts, and corks, as well as adjusting key heights and tensions if requested. All that seems pretty complete to me; apart from straightening out the body or removing dents if needed, chemical baths, or maybe delaquering if someone wants it, I can't think of too much more that can be done to a horn. This got me thinking: what else is included in an overhaul that isn't included in a full repad? I recognize that different techs do things a little differently, but I'm curious as to everything else that an overhaul generally consists of.