Thorough job. It's nice to have a relationship with trusted experts. I have used this great repair operation for a high mileage 2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium with the Tryptronic 8 speed dual Clutch Transmission. They have done expert engine work, suspension work, Transmission work and caught problems that could have killed the engine if they were to develop further as problems. Just had the 250,000 beauty Spa treatment for this car which was engine intake manifold pulled and intake valves blasted with walnut shell to clear out the carbon buildup that was hurting compression. Now back to factory spec. Plugs and injectors, Oil Change and Brake fluid change. Reasonable prices and reasonably fast turnaround. Turbo checked out without play in the shaft and seals are acceptable. With this performance sedan at 250,000 miles I am off the edge of the map, where it says " beyond here there be dragons " . So we'll see. They previously did expert work on by finding a gently used Transmission replacement when the Mechatronix Unit in the original trans gave up the ghost on sensors at 187,000. Meh, Sensors. Not cheap but least expensive of all bad options. Runs like a champ. I wouldn't have expected it to last this long. This car has a rebuilt front end and struts, is on it's second Transmission, new low pro tires on original 18 inch rims, rear wheel bearings went out at 99,000 under warranty, front wheel bearings went at 165,000, replaced then when I had the front end rebuilt, the Lower Crankcase pressure control valve (that little plastic model of the starship Enterprise that sits on top of the engine) I replace that every 60,000 miles or when the oil consumption starts to tick up. You had better do that or you'll blow piston rings. I know, it's happened to me on the same model previous. A 2013, same engine same set up. And Audi seems to have gotten a handle on the Turbo after cooler pump not bursting into flame or setting the wiring harness aflame. Had that happen on the 2013 also but caught it and put it out before anything beyond the wiring harness burned. By comparison, other than the Transmission failure at 187,000, this 2015 has gone 15 rounds and then some with preventive maintenance. This car, a 2015 model year, in Jan, 2016 at 36,000 miles when I obtained it used 1 Quart of oil per 10,000 miles. Now 3 1/2 years later at 250,000 miles it uses about 1 Quart every 6,000 miles, not that bad. Handles remarkably well. Silver paint needs a little love on the corners which is scheduled. Audi corporate hates drivers like me. They want you to drive it 60,000 miles, turn it in and buy new. As long as it can be maintained I'll keep driving it. I have a blown engine from the previous A4, (rings gone in #4 cylinder, due to failed lower crankcase pressure control valve) that I'll have the long block rebuilt and put in this one when it's finally time to retire the engine. So far I have factory Compression on test, and I'll have the timing chain, tensioners and sprockets replaced and the turbo swapped out in another 10,000 miles or so. We'll see how far this long block lasts.