After 3 recommendations from co-workers I called My Auto Surgeon to repair a power steering leak on a 2008 VW Beetle we'd just purchased. We knew about the leak at purchase, but not the extent of it. I called and spoke with Dan who was polite, professional and courteous. Explained the issue at hand, made an appointment and brought the car in for them to diagnose. The next day Dan called back, explained it was not a power steering hose , but the vacuum pump causing the leak. He quoted me the price of the part, cost for labor and time and included pictures of the leak itself (wow!) I researched the info he'd given me, found it to be 100% correct, called back and agreed to the repair. Three days later he called to say the car was ready. When I picked it up, their mechanic explained the process of the repair and backed it all up again with pictures. Here is where I add that I was a GM Mechanic some years ago and I know there are a lot of parts to the Power steering system that can leak. They could have made a fortune on this repair, but they found the source of the problem and only fixed what was needed. They stuck to their quote, which I have never had happen before. They also did a complete inspection of the vehicle ( which I didn't ask for and also wasn't charged for) and they even fixed a couple of minor things with out charge as well -AND they gave me a two year parts and labor warranty for their work. These guys are tops in my book. Professional and honest, two words you don't see used often these days. Now there are four people at my work who will tell you if you want your car fixed right the first time, call My Auto Surgeon!