There appeared to be a couple of areas where the fit of the parts, and the fit of the installation itself, was lacking.
I spoke at length with the installer, and the AC owner. They say they followed the instructions to the letter. But there were two or three areas where two sheets of aluminum overlapped at a wing rib, and these parts were not in contact with each other, and there was a gap with the edge of one piece sticking up by an eighth of an inch, and the instructions apparently did not permit a fastener to be installed to close the gap or mount the parts to the rib. So you can literally lift one corner of the aluminum and peel it back until it creased, like "dog-earing" a piece of paper.
Another issue was that the aluminum "frame" for the landing light opening was cut square, and it installs at an area where the Cessna wing starts to taper, leaving a big ugly gap and an exposed edge. They could not simply put the piece on where it laid against the leading edge, because the fastener holes were already drilled. So the installers had a choice of lining up the rivet holes, or putting the piece against the leading edge where it belonged.
Every seam on a Sportsman installation should be overlapped by 3/4" with rivets installed in the chord direction around the seam. This is called out in view C-C in the installation drawings.
The landing light lense aluminum retainer is cut oversize for trimming and is oblique in nature to account for the taper in the wing.
I encourage anyone doing an installation to call the factory and ask any question big or small. We want it to look good and perform good too.