Ultimately Jeremy is correct that he is looking at replacing the engine after spending money at our shop to repair it, however the failure that resulted in the cost to replace the engine is not related to the repairs that we completed and therefore I feel his review is unfair for the following reasons. We repaired his car in November, which then made a cross country trip to Virginia. It was brought up to us in February or March that it was in another mechanic shop having issues. I spoke with Jeremy on the phone, spoke with the other shop, looked up the other shop, found they did not have the greatest reputation, found another shop in his area, arranged to get the vehicle there and spoke with the mechanics there. We completed a lifter install and cylinder head rebuild on his vehicle. The vehicle once examined by this other shop was determined to have problems in the lower side of the engine, specifically the piston, piston rings, or cylinder wall itself. Unfortunately mechanics cannot see into the future so we could not determine this would be a problem at the time of the repair at our shop. I (shop owner) took several hours to speak with the customer, other shops, and research to help the customer out. We even found out that the repairs (if in fact they would have been under warranty from our shop) would not have been covered under our nation wide warranty which was honestly a shock to us, however, I informed the customer that if in fact the repairs should be covered under our warranty I would drive to Virginia from Oklahoma to complete the warranty repair. Unfortunately this wasn't what the customer wanted to hear, however, I stood behind our work and was even willing to drive across the country to repair under warranty if it was determined the repair was failure on our end. I do feel bad for the customer, but unfortunately it was out of my control.