The woman who works the counter, Kat, always remembers me. of course that could be because my name is also Kat and I drive one of the rarest cars on the planet (seriously, not many people own a Pontiac Aztek because they are rather ugl-er..... they are cars with character), but still. Cheap? They're not a discount place. I typically pay $95ish for a basic service, but that includes an upgrade in oil because my car is getting on in years. Once my car started making scary clanking noises, and they found a way to squeeze me in just to let a (FABULOUS) mechanic listen to it and make sure it wasn't going to explode or something horrible. The mechanic immediately pointed out where a valve was getting stuck, oiled it up, and poof! instant fix. They are fast, and never keep me waiting for long (get my service done in under an hour). Other things they've done on my car: Replaced a headlight bulb - $55 (yes this sounds insane, but it DID take THREE mechanics to figure out how to get the stupid headlight off because Aztek's are not the most logically built cars and after watching them take the thing apart in 15 minutes, I determined it would have taken me at least 3 hours). Brake pads - with porcelain pads in Dec 07 around $400, but even after driving across the country and back, they are still at 90% 1.5 years later. They didn't even charge me for listening to the horrible clunking sound, just the quart of oil they put in. When I've gotten regular service, they do things like replace the wiper blades for no additional charge. So in short, they are TRUSTWORTHY, RELIABLE, EXCELLENT mechanics. You can find cheaper, but the peace of mind of knowing you're not going bot be cheated, told you need work you don't actually need, or taken advantage of is worth the little extra cash. I love Dana Meyer and remain a loyal customer. Incidentally, they also give GREAT references for other auto related stuff like tires (Don's), same-day weekend glass replacement (Frank's), and cosmetic body work.