I remember when first heading down the entrepreneurial yellow brick road the advice to retain a good accountant and a good attorney. I would add to that list a decent set of health care professionals (doctor, dentist, acupuncturist, druid, whatever floats your boat) and a great mechanic or, in this case, car clinic. Wifi, coffee, an extensive collection of model vehicles, one thrashed life-sized vehicle, and early morning Saturday appointments are all positives. I like the owner - he's clearly embraced certifications and how to run a successful business over time as well. The service manager has given me some good tips. A strong selection of used models for sale makes for a tempting visit almost every time. The shop itself is immaculate. The flipside is that within this business model, one has that obligatory barrier of a service manager between you and the mechanic. While this is necessary and most people wouldn't care, I often prefer the direct feedback that a few minutes with a skilled mechanic can provide. There are closer independent repair places, but I like this one. I also would be comfortable buying a Volvo from here, which is saying something. There's a certain inherent irony in that. I'm not worried about my current vehicle wearing out (after all, it is expertly maintained :)) - now it's just a waiting game for the latest models of interest to drop in price enough to become too good to refuse. Whenever that happens, I'm sure this facility will have several from which to choose.