Short review: Just – YES – These guys are legit. Longer Review: John and Jason are running a tight, clean, and knowledgeable operation at The Shop Automotive. It was a huge relief to work with a shop that is competent, generous and honest. My experience there was very positive. The ’96 Toyota T100 (the one I bought from my brother-in-law) was making all sorts of noises. I asked a friend where I should go. “Just go to The Shop – That’s where all of our employees go.” Co-owner John started by putting my T100 on the lift and walking me through everything he saw. Afterward, his business partner Jason presented me with a daunting list of issues. My finances weren’t great at the time, so they helped me pick what needed to be done immediately and what could wait. I live out of my T100 doing freelance work, so the investment was well worth it to me. My repairs are guaranteed for 3 years or 36k miles. I had initially gone to a mechanic who did both of my rear wheel bearings when they simultaneously failed. He was a really nice guy, but he wasn’t competent. In this case, being thrifty cost me more in the long run. His repairs were inspected at The Shop, where we discovered he’d used drywall construction caulk to seal the wheels to the axles and had taken a grinder to one of my axles to remove the old bearings; my tire could have shot off or my differential fluid could have bled out and destroyed my rear end. Lesson learned! As a business, I admire that John and Jason employ staffers who are equally friendly and relaxed-professionals (or, professionally relaxed?). A quick shout-out to their receptionist Adam who helped me organize my appointment and arrange refurbished parts and parts under warranty to keep my costs low. Their apprentice grease monkey, Fletcher, was also awesome and gave me the low down on good Mexican food in Boulder. I was so grateful for the experience that I wanted to share it. I’ll say to anyone what my friend said to me – Just go to The Shop.