We had the first annual on our SR20 at 170 hours (it spent a lot of time out of service waiting for repairs). The basic annual was $1300. The SB to improve starting was $760. Miscellaneous repairs were $350. The total bill was $2407 plus $200 for the ferry pilot. It took 2 weeks.
Some discrepancies were repaired under the warranty or included in the annual labor (I canÂ’t tell which): lubricate throttle linkage, install drain holes in doors, enlarge drain holes in rudder and elevators, replace left main landing gear well nuts (?) and epoxy anchor nut that fell off, replace rocker cover gaskets for the 3rd time, replace #2 alternator for the 3rd time, forward baffle hitting lower cowling, replace prop governor, nose gear bushing lose with signs of fretting (?), lose fuel line clamp, plug wires chaffing, replace starter o-ring, lubricate cabin door handle mechanism, re-attach left and right wing root fairings, bolt holding elevator trim actuator rod to motor lose, and clamp on breather to #6 intake lose.
Still not fixed is the wind howling from the passenger door. When passengers complain I tell them to pull the door handle toward them and it stops (until they release it). They can decide which is more annoying, the howling or constantly pulling on the door handle. This problem existed when we picked up the plane and I suspect is related to the fact that the passenger door is not flush with the fuselage, Cirrus is unable to fix the problem (but what do you expect for only $250,000).
The $760 spent on the improved starting SB was worth it. I had to taxi the plane to a different location the other night. It was 22 degrees. Prime 5 seconds, boost, and start. No voodoo required. According to the POH only 1 second prime is required for normal cold, and no prime at all for warm starts.