Hello. I am looking for opinions from my peers and any advanced collectors wishing to offer advice. I have an original Colt SAA made in 1884 that letters with very good provenance. Currently the Colt is in original condition. The backstrap and the one piece grip are not original to the pistol as manufactured but are period correct. All other parts are original as manufactured. Little finish remains on the revolver as it has turned to mostly a light smoke gray color. The metal and bore are very good with little to no pitting. My question is, do I send it to Turnbull or back to the Colt Factory to have the Colt restored or keep it as it is? Which will achieve the greatest investment value and possibly resale value? I do not have any plans on parting with it anytime soon, but I want to make it an investment Colt. As I am a relatively new Colt collector, can you offer your advice? Turnbull starts at $3400 and Colt has yet to quote a price for a complete restoration. Is it worth it, or will it deminish the already existing value of being nearly all original? Thank you in advance for the advice and opinions.