My 2008 Boxster S had run out of warranty and I was concerned about some issues with those models, specifically the intermediate shaft bearing. I had been using Pacific in the South Bay, and while I had generally good experience there I wanted a different take - more proactive then reactive.Callas has a new car/customer walk through where Tony takes you on a test drive, and then they put the car on the lift and go through everything. A number of issues came up that either were service lazy (cables not in clips etc) or things that were symptoms but not yet broken. Additionally we discussed the various issues these cars faced and whether this particular car was worth keeping or should be sold onward. This was a great help in deciding what to do next and is definitely worth doing for any considered used Porsche purchase.Based on that analysis I scheduled a list of service items to be addressed. As with any repair, things may later be discovered, and these guys are very much committed to identifying ANY issues that may bite down the road, particularly if it would leverage labor already invested. And due to that, and my own desire to be conservative, I did spend a bunch more $$ than I had initially planned, but I feel the car is now really solid for the future. I did hang out and watch during some of the work - I've done my own work on cars for years prior to this - and their work is all very methodical and professional. Its all explained in detail, and consideration is given to the options when there are some. They stand by the work and will address any issues.Highly recommended - great bunch of guys and you'll probably get to see some very rare cars to boot.