My 740iL BMW is almost 330,000 miles old now, and that means every time I take it to a shop, mechanics notice hideous problems that may need immediate attention---depending on how much I want to invest in an old, cheap, tired car. Some mechanics get cranky when I decline 9/10s of the repairs they suggest. Master Automotive does not: they are cool people.
Luckily, the people at Master Automotive understand the delicate cost/benefit calculations an old crappy car owner must do when faced with repair decisions. Once, when my car would barely start and had no torque; they fixed the collapsed vacuum hoses and told me about other concerns that may need repair at some point soon. At no point did they try to sell me services beyond what I needed to get old sporty running again, and that is so rare! As long as I'm in the South Bay, I'll be a loyal customer of Master Automotive.
Note: they are a reputable shop, which means they are busy, which means I do not expect to get an appointment right away when I need their services. Waiting for repairs is worth it for me when I know I can fully trust the shop doing them.