My rims were curbed (not by me) recently, with an approximate 6" damage. It was not a hard impact, so the damage is not too deep. It could have been DIY fixed with sandpaper, putty and paint, but I wanted a perfect fix. I searched on Revscene and a lot of you recommend Panther, Green's and Western Wheelcraft. The general consensus is that Green's is super expensive with a mediocre result, Panther is competitively priced with good result but takes time, and Western Wheelcraft is cheap, good and fast. So I decided to go with Western Wheelcraft.
Called them, and Mike picked up the phone. He wanted pictures emailed to him for a proper quote. It was $150-175 plus HST. He can do it in the same day. Booked the appointment and Kevin showed up at 8:30am in a van covered with their vinyl. He jacked up my car, picked up the rims and left. 7pm the same day the wheel were dropped off and mounted back onto the car. Price was $175 plus HST due to custom paint.
The result is excellent. I couldn't tell where the damage was. I asked how they did it. Apparently they will paint your entire wheel, because spot painting may not give the best result. Here are pictures.
Damage is at the 2 o'clock position http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...02237edit.jpg/ http://img217.imageshack.us/i/dsc02241edit.jpg/
Damage was at the 10 o'clock position http://img6.imageshack.us/i/dsc02243b.jpg/ http://img339.imageshack.us/i/dsc02249m.jpg/
Excellent service. Will come to your house to pick up. Slightly expensive but the convenience and the result is worth it.