As everyone knows, it is very hard to find a good, honest, hard working mechanic. When I first moved to Orlando, I heard about the Wrench Connection from a co-worker and decided to give it a try. I now have a hard time trusting my car to anyone else. Two particular instances stand out in my mind. One time I took my vehicle in to get an oil change and a transmission fluid change. I asked for synthetic oil, but the lady at the counter (who is always very helpful) misunderstood me and they put synthetic transmission fluid in my vehicle instead. When I returned and noticed that it was a good deal more expensive than I expected, I pointed out the error to her. She immediately apologized and took off the charge for the synthetic fluid, a price difference of ~$70.On another occasion, I brought my vehicle in because it was making a strange clicking sound while turning. They diagnosed it to be the CV joints and I decided to have them replaced (a $300-$400 job). After they replaced them, they test drove the vehicle and found that it was not the problem. They called me and explained that the CV joints had not solved the problem, but that they now knew what it was. They took off the CV joints, put back on the old ones, and fixed the much smaller problem. When I came back, it ended up only costing me ~$100 even though it had taken them 3/4 of a days work. If you are new to town or just looking for a new, trustworthy mechanic, I strongly recommend that you give the Wrench Connection a try. You can probably find a place that will do the work for cheaper, but you in this case, you will get what you pay for. If you go in and are unsure of the work that they intend to do, just ask to talk to the owner (Rick) and he will explain in as much detail as you would like the work that they intend to do and the necessity of it.