Your mechanic is like your doctor. You build a strong relationship and your gut feeling and spiritual discernment allows or gives you the ok to trust them. Bill seems to be upfront and genuinely sincere. Both mechanics seem to be honest and personable. I really appreciate the first experience with the first repairs on my vehicle. I can tell by the quality of the work done, that they knew what they were doing. What always freightens me with mechanics is that, once you've revealed that you trust them, they tend to take advantage of your trust and ignorance. As a customer you rely heavily on their honesty and expertise. The mechanic has a lot of room to take advantage of you. My prayer is that Bill as well as his mechanics, will be consistent with my first experience described, so that our relationship can be long lasting, until God says something different. Good trustworthy mechanics are like trying to find a good soul mate. While I believe they're out there. They are very hard to come by. Before, I can refer anyone of my good friends or love ones, I have to have more then one good experience.