It isn't easy to find service technicians you can trust completely. When my transmission in my 2005 Suburban failed while on the wrong side of Puget Sound, I was scrambling to find a shop that could look the truck much less fix it. You see, my wife is in the military and we are currently deployed to Japan, and I keep my truck at my Mom's for when we visit. My transmission had been giving me hints of failure but I was hopeful it would last and/or not be a dramatic failure. But the transmission died early in my two weeks scheduled visit in June, and after calling around to a number of places I had referrals to or I knew from when we lived in Maple Valley, no one was available to even look at it for a few days. I was thinking of towing the truck back to the Silverdale area when I contacted Kings. They accepted the truck that same day and gave it a thorough diagnostic (including test drive) the next morning. The unfortunate determination was that the transmission needed to be rebuilt, but they were able to start on the job immediately. I told them how important it was that I get my truck back before I returned to Japan, and sure enough, they returned the truck to me in one week (and two days before my departure.) The cost of the rebuild was high, but completely in line with the industry pricing for this service. And with the assurances I have been provided by Kings, I am completely confident that the repair is a quality one. Perfection is impossible, but good people doing good work and then standing behind that work is sometimes hard to find. You will find it at Kings.