LBS Bike Assembly Quality?
I just picked up a new track bike at my LBS. I was fiddling around with the seatpost and handlebar adjustment, and I noticed that there was no grease on the threads of the handlebar face plate bolts, the stem bolts, the star-fangled nut bolt, or the seat clamp bolt. Not only that, but the seat post wasn't greased at all, nor was the steer tube. For that matter, nor was the square-tapered bottom bracket spindles, or the chainring bolts. Oh yeah, there was grease on the seatpost binder bolt.
My question is this: Shouldn't these things have been greased? Especially the seat post, as the frame is steel. Am I being nit-picky, or was my bike assembled by an unqualified individual? Has anyone else had this type of experience with a new bike? It just seems kind of sloppy to me.