I wish everybody ran as ethical a business as you do Dwayne but I have been reduced to "trust but verify".My experience with shops. My first motor was put together with loose crank tolerances, a cam that was installed dot to dot when the cam was cut 5 degrees retarded and assembled with no break in lube on the fuel pump push rod resulting in no pump actuation in no time flat. My second motor by a different shop was delivered to me with stop leak pellets in the water pump housing and apparently a dropped head cause the exhaust stud broke off when I rested the header on it. When I dropped this motor off the girl behind the counter (who happens to be the wife of the owner and pays the bills) says this motor is gonna need new pistons, block bored and a bunch of new parts before the block was even disassembled. When I explained the motor had only 2500 miles on it she said we'll just put the parts on the invoice and remove them if you don't need them. Not only were all the parts necessary (surprise) but they double billed me on some parts. BTW they got started in February and promised 6 weeks so what day is it? Sorry for the long answer.