Just purchased the Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8 MK II and was offered the extended warranty plan (SageMax).
I usually don't get extended warranty plans, and there was absolutely no pressure (never is) from the sales person - he did say, "It is a $2500 lens."
Like most of us, I tend to baby my equipment a lot but on the other hand, I have seen one of these lenses get dropped, another someone bumped a tripod and down it went. If I understand correctly, the manufacture warranty covers "materials and manufacturing defects" but not accidental breakage (my biggest concern).
So, any opinions? Any one use the SageMax offered by B&H?
If I got a correct explanation, the damaged lens would be sent to the nearest Canon Service Center (by B&H/SageMax) for repair - in the worst case, if not repairable, a full refund of the original purchase price. It all sounds good - but, what have I missed?