Thanks for all the input. I have to admit I was looking pretty hard at Precision Sails, but then I stumbled across this post
(and a few others like it on other sailing forums) and now I'm not so sure. They do seem to offer a pretty hefty number of features for a reasonable price. KnottyGurl mentioned them earlier - any updates?
In the meantime, FX Sails offers a 6.53 oz. High Modulus Dacron sail in their Offshore Crosscut model that comes to just below $1000 with 2 + 2 battens and 1 or 2 reef points. The other options they mention are 5-year warranty, reinforced corner patches, additional premium stitching, web reinforced pressed rings, double tapes on luff, leech and foot, an aluminum headboard, cunningham, draft stripes, leech line with clamcleat, webbed on leech telltales, premium fiberglass battens, sail ties and a sail bag.
I am a sucker for marketing speak. I want a decent sail, but I don't know if this or their Inshore Crosscut model would be more appropriate. The Inshore is 5.53 oz HM Dacron with 3-year warranty, premium stitching, aluminum headboard, cunningham, draft stripes, leech Line with clamcleat, webbed on leech telltales, premium fiberglass battens sail ties & sail bag. It does not have the reinforced corners or double tape on luff, leech, and foot. Price quote is $750.
I sent FX a message and am waiting to hear back on their advice.