This is the first review I've written, but my experience at Moss Alley pushed me to do so. I discovered this place when I dropped in to pick up a friend's car. The woman ahead of me was having a part replaced, an expensive headlight unit as I recall, and the people at Moss Alley were telling her the part alone was somewhere around $550. They then proceeded to describe how, and from whom, she should try to acquire a salvaged part from a wrecked car, and pay somewhere closer to $100 or less. This is the first time I've ever heard a mechanic describe to a customer a way to avoid dealer prices AND shop mark-up; I could tell right away that, beyond simply making money, the shop was concerned with the quality/honesty of service they were giving. I'm the type that enjoys rebuilding/servicing old cars, but when it comes to even changing the oil in our daily driver, I simply drop it off to avoid the hassle. So as someone that knows a bit about cars, and knows many friends who know nothing about cars, I can greatly appreciate a shop that doesn't take advantage of customers who are more or less at their mercy. I've since returned several times, and referred a friend who was facing exorbitant fees from a mechanic she no longer trusted (I think one unnecessarily complex job went from $1000 to a few hundred), and we've both had wonderful experiences. I thought that given its great location, Moss Alley's prices would be higher to compensate for their own costs, but as far as I've seen, their prices are completely competitive. I highly recommend stopping in.