If you think about it, an automotive detailing shop has the job of getting everything clean, not just mostly clean. That's why it's called "Detailing" because it's about every single detail.
This seems to not be the case with most detail shops around town that I've been to. In fact, I almost always find a problem or something they missed. Sure, I'm a fussy customer but when I take my high end car to a detail shop, I expect them to get every detail. Ok, enough with the symmantics.
Bradley's has a reputation amongst the local customers as being the BEST and he (owned by a fellow named Bradly, of course) is very involved with the operation. He's a perfectionist and it shows.
I first came across Bradley's when I was looking for a place to get my Lexus ready to sell. After talking with some snobby gearheads on where to take your car, they all said without hesitation Bradley's. I did and I was amazed. My car never looked this good since I bought it. Not only that, Bradly recommended a couple other services to recondition the leather and to air-brush the rock chips out. These referrals were golden as well and I call Bradleys from time to time to get the best referrals for anything that has to do with condition and cosmetics with my car.
Bradley's is not the cheapest gig in town, but why compromise if you're having your car essentially brought back as close to 100% as it possibly can be?
Bradley himself is an interesting character; he's a little cocky and likes to do things a certain way. But I have to give it to him - he's got the best product anywhere around and his methods simply work. You won't be disappointed.
The other thing to consider is the risk you might encounter when you're having your car buffed out. These shops use abrasive to "sand down" your paint to get scratches out. If not done properly, you can grind down your paint to the metal. At Bradley's, they know just what can be done and they're very good at setting proper expectations before your car goes in. You can also tell by the cars that are in their queue that it's a popular place with affluent owners.