Buy the fittings from BAT fittings and do it yourself with the proper oettiker clamps. It will be BETTER than the recall as the barbs are much more pronounced and form a tighter fit on existing lines. Parts will be less than $100. Read up on front clam removal, oil fitting install posts, etc. In addition, you will minimize the risk that your clam being damaged or your Windshield getting cracked or other new surprises due to someone else working on your car. Simply because no one will treat your car better and be more careful more than you. You dont need to replace all of the hoses, there is no need, IIRC the recall does not replace the oil lines only the fittings and the one line in front connecting the two oil coolers. You can search the forum for the DIY oil cooler fittings before the recall was even available. Many got tired of waiting for recall action and increasing the chances of blowing lines, because one cannot go without driving the Elise for months at a time.
Do it yourself and be rewarded with the experience.
Replacing fittings and radiator myself right now for similar reasons.
2006 Ardent Red Elise
Touring, Star Shield, hard top, remote V1 display and bracket, sun visor delete, micro mirror, shifter fix, Stage II exhaust, de-snorkeled, ITG air filter, Nautilus horn, black LSS wheels, ARP wheel studs, upgraded oil line fittings, ProAlloy radiator, s.s.brake lines, BOE Race Links, Innovative rear motor mount, plastic grills out, all aluminum mesh, Total Oil Control Wet Sump V1.1, s.s. caliper pistons, BWR sway bar, Penske NA coilovers.