Not the first time I've done it, but I need to get some "crash-appeal" from a 20" pre-serial 602 ride that I recently purchased. My go-to in the past has been Heather Stine out in Simi Valley, CA. She's a protégé of cymbalsmith, Matt Bettis and she's reworked a couple for me with fantastic results. I sent her a 20" Zildjian K Heavy ride (well over 2.7Kgms) that wasn't doing it for me. I had her shave it down to a slim 1871gm and pound a little more personality into it. To this day I vow this cymbal will be put in my coffin when I go. For the 602 I'm only going to have her lathe the underside down from 2407 to about 2200 - 2100 and leave the top as is. Hopefully with a little less weight, I can get a fuller more pleasing crash from it.