Hey guys, I just picked up a pair of X-Metal Romeo's, I'd like to do a complete restoration on them. Gaskets, rubbers are all being replaced, I'm going to chop some lenses. That's all pretty cut and dry, the thing that I'm fuzzy on is the frames. The frames are in "ok" condition, minor scuffs and scratches here and there, one small nick on the nose bridge. I'd like to get them back to mint though if possible. From what I understand the x-metal finish is completely raw material (no paints or coatings on the top layer), so the existing stock finish is essentially the result of sanding and buffing already, correct?. I just want to be real clear on what the best way to proceed there is, I'd hate to make things worse than they are, and once I start sanding there's no turning back. Do you guys usually do the initial sanding by hand? Should I have them sand blasted? I've read some talk of using a dremel, my concern there is how to not end up putting flats all over the frame with a dremel, unless it's just a matter of very light pressure and very high grit. If anyone has any tips or advise, it'd be much appreciated.