I did send mine in to Outdoor Gear. So far not the best experience. Got the shock back after 3 weeks, not a terrible turn around but upon installing the shock it would not lock out. I wasn't going through the trouble to send it back so I dug into It abit. When I called them I assured them all that was needed was the cable stop but they installed a new rebound knob, cable stop and the blue cable reel thing as well as a new (much stiffer) spring and lockout shaft. The problem was the lock out shaft had the cam lobe in a different orientation and once the reel was clocked and added spring tension it rested in the unlocked position. Thankfully they sent the parts they removed back to me and I was able to swap out the lockout shaft with out removing the rebound assembly.I ended up sending mine in anyway. There was something else wrong, it wouldn't compress whether the lockout was on or not. Did you send yours to OGC?
Also, I've decided push-to-unlock is stupid. If anything goes wrong with the cable or remote, you'll likely be stuck with your suspension locked out.
I will also put money on it that there is no need for a nitro recharge as there is no seals under the cable stop. And a handful of trek top fuels have swapped the part for better routing and haven't had any issues. To bad for me I listened and waster $150.00. All I needed was the $20 part. I should also add that there was zero grease on any of the parts they took out. The fox diagrams are pretty clear what great goes where. I won't be using them again and will find another shop come rebuild time.
I also think the push to unlock is silly but my fork is also set up the same way. Fox says that there is less stress on the internals with it set up as push to unlock.