Ok I was changing pad compounds on a car that had rotors that were never cut. They are low mile but had some surface rust from sittting, just flash nothing crazy. I took a red scuff pad to one ad put a Snap On(if that matters) dial indicator on it. Spun it and it was .005 out. The bearing itself was approx .0015 so I figured for a single piston style floating piston they would be fine after the cut. I checked all on that hud and between .003 and the above .005. I dropped them off to get cut and he only had 3 ready. The 3 that were ready were now out .007. The 4th which was done later was .003. I take them somewhere else where the guy questions my gauge and states they were out more like .011??? I say hey there are tolerences in all gauges and spindles so lets just get them to a more acceptable level. I get them back after paying $80 and they are now off the chart at .012-14??? Best part he challenged my gauge and he then explained he was using a $30 Harbor Freight dial to test them. What can they be doing wrong here??? I always buy new rotors and haven't had a set cut in 15 years. There lathes were dirtier than you could imagine. What is wrong here?