The brakes in my Ford F-350 were squealing and the pedal was soft, almost going to the floor. I took the truck into one of the big franchise tire and brake stores, the one that did my brakes the last time, and after two days, a replaced master cylinder, new calipers, etc, they determined I needed a new ABS module that would set me back about $1100. Since it was my third vehicle, I asked them to put all the original parts on the truck and give it back, which they did with no charge. A few months had passed, and I am now driving the truck full time, so I had a need to deal with the brake issues. I heard good reviews about Quality Auto Repair, so I thought I would give them a try. They replaced the brakes and tested them, but the problem with the soft pedal wasn't solved. They told me I needed a new master cylinder. I explained that it had been replaced once, but didn't solve the roblem, so the old one was put back on. As a process of elimination, they went ahead and changed the master cylinder and it fixed the problem, and for a heck of a lot less money than the big store. As consumers, we're kind of at the mercy of the mechanic to be honest and good at what they do. We have to trust them. I can say based on my experience, these folks know what they are doing, are prompt and courteous, can be trusted to diagnose and solve issues at a fair price. Thank you, Quality Auto Repair!