Not meant to hijack this thread or go off topic, but for SilverSurfer:
The "Sports Car Shop" is located in Sterling, VA and is a DIY garage with lifts, tire mounting/balance machine, Hunter wheel alignment, paint room, indoor car wash area, and possibly all the tools (air tools, wrenches, sockets, break-bars, etc) you'll need. With that said, I always bring my own set of tools though.
Scott Zetterstrom owns the place and is a great guy. He'll answer all your automative questions and will provide a hand if you need it. He noticed that my "old" 97 BMW Roadster had a bad radiator hose connection before it broke (2-weeks later). Scott will also provide mechanical help (he was able to pull out a stripped oil drain plug) and order parts (new oil drain plug) for you. When I acquired my M Roadster, he gave a hand in loosening the differential drain plug - it was on TIGHT!!! These were minor issues, but you get the point
Scott also has an on-site mechanic that is more than willing to assist you as well; the mechanic showed me how to mount and balance one of my tires!
But if you want them to work on your car, they can do that too.
PM me if you want more info so the thread can get back on topic