Bogi is totally boss.There's really no other way to put it. On several recommendations from my fellow yelpers, i took my 2000 Honda in for a 105k mi. "tune up." BTW, i had never, ever replaced a thing in that car (air filters, and brake pads aside). So i call around and get some quotes. Call 180 first and the receptionist took my info and called me back within a couple hours with the details on what they recommend for my car and how much it would cost. Caught out and about, i asked her to email me the info so i could easily refer to it down the road - she did. Awesome.Called another top recommended mechanic, Gene's in Tempe. He called back with the quote within 24 hours and was actually slightly cheaper but offered no loaner vehicle or ride and was not open on weekends. No go.Called Honda dealership - ha! I repeat. Ha! I had to walk HIM through the recommended replacements I had already found out about thru much more helpful shops. Plus it was about $200 more. Gugh...Back to Bogi - besides, she's a lady and I love her mission! Oh, must note: Took the list of recommended replacements and their cost and sent to a few knowledgeable friends. All said Gene and Bogi's quotes were totally legit.OK, back to Bogi. Took my car promptly at 7:45 as planned and they dropped me off at work since it was just right up the street (p.s. take the loaner, it's a Beamer). They called mid-way thru the day to note a cracked motor mount they noticed while "in there" and if i wanted to take care of that now (or pay the part cost + $150 labor later). um, i'll do that now. what's another $60 when you're dropping $680, right?Picked me up promptly at 4:30 and turns out they found another $60 repair needed after already calling and, not wanting to bother me again, just did it -- for free. Whaaa??I repeat, Bogi is totally boss.