What ever you do, don?t take your vehicle here for service. I had dropped off my vehicle for a routine maintenance of having the transmission fluid and filter changed. About an hour after dropping it off, I received a call telling me thing weren?t looking good for my transmission. Metal shrapnel and other metal deposit were seen in the pan and that it was only a matter of time before my transmission would begin failing. I was advised that a rebuild be performed before this happened. The transmission had been running fine for me; no hard or strained shifting, or any thing like that, so I met this advice with skepticism. I asked that the service be completed. I picked up my vehicle, and drove it to another transmission shop close by for a second opinion. They test drove the vehicle and told me the transmission was functioning properly. They inspected the work, and discovered a pan bolt busted off, no reading on the dip stick, and the external filter wasn?t replaced. I felt like my car had been sabotaged, and set up to fail so I had to bring it back in for a rebuild. I called Beaverton Transmission the next morning to complain about this. I do have to commend them for wanting to make this right with me by refunding my money, fixing the busted bolt, and redoing the service. However, at this point, I lost all confidence in this shop. I paid the other shop that discovered this shoddy work, to fix the problem they created, and redo the service.