I picked out some lumber from the mill for the first time last week and went to pick it up today. I had it jointed (S2S) as I don't have a Jointer, just a Planer. They seemed a little surprised that I didn't want it planed, perhaps that partly explains the results. I had a quick look when I picked it up today, but did not spend too much time (obviously) checking it over. I just examined all the boards (6'*6" roughly) and there's only one or two faces that are smooth, 4 or 5 with deepish mill marks, another 3 or 4 with divots from not being flattened enough. Then there's the one that you almost can't tell the jointed face from the un-jointed face. The edges don't look bad, except for one with a bad split.
Should I expect these to be jointed for flatness AND smoothness? Can I assume that they expected to plane the marks out of the jointed faces? I know the real answer is to return these for a redo, but can I plane both sides to clean these up? Assuming they are actually flat, which is questionable in a couple of cases.