I go to RMS as they are a reputable auto shop and they do good work. I’m a car guy that works less and less on my car each year as they require more specialized tools that I don’t have a shop for. I do inspect their work each time I get my car back and so far I’ve found all the nuts, bolts and fasteners back on the car like they should be unlike experiences I’ve had elsewhere. The drawback is that they charge a premium. If you walk in expecting to spend $50, don’t be surprised when you end up paying $500. They tell you up front, so I haven’t had any surprise billings or been charged for something I didn’t approve. You get what you pay for though. I’ve been to other shops that charge a premium and found fasteners missing or performed poor alignments. I haven’t had these issues with RMS.