February, 2009: Selected an in-dash stereo unit priced at $299 and by the time small peripheral parts, labor and tax were added, the total came to $465. ($99 for labor on a job that probably took their guy 20 minutes.) When I picked up the car, the air conditioning didn't work and I had to take it back and wait while the guy dismantled the dashboard console and fixed it. Glove box contents were left on the passenger side floor, also. (Most shops charging such high installation rates would also have set the stereo's clock, but now I'm nit-picking.) Not impressive value or service.