Looking for advice: I'm an advanced skier, and just bought my first AT set-up this season (I was resort/side-country only until now). I bought my skis brand new (ordered online), but bought dynafit ST vertical bindings from my local ski shop (also brand new), which I had the ski shop mount. When I went to go pick them up, I was informed that they had been mis-mounted too far forward (a few centimeters), and that they will have to be re-mounted. The shop guy assured me that this will not affect the integrity of the ski, as the new holes will be far enough from the first holes to avoid "swiss cheese skis", and that he will actually be able to use two of the 4 heel piece holes that are already drilled (but none of the toe holes I believe).
For compensation, they are offering to remount the bindings for free (filling the first round of holes with epoxy), to refund the money I already paid for the mounting ($30) and to do the heat-molding of my boots for free ($20). I feel like this isn't quite enough compensation given that my skis were brand new (K2 Talkbacks), but I'm not sure what I should be asking for? Having never ran into this problem before (my resort skis were always mounted just fine), I'm not sure how much of a problem this is, or how much I should expect in compensation, since I only bought the bindings, and not the skis, from the store? Thoughts? Has this happened to anyone else before, and if so, what did you get for compensation?