Not that...I understand it costs more in a small shop than online. When I was first getting started, I needed my coaster brake serviced and took it in. Paid $20 or whatever the shop rate was. Later when I had more confidence, I opened it up for reference on another one...the bearings had never been cleaned and it was still full of old grease. Then, I needed a rim trued up, for $20 again...got it back on the bike and it was worse than it was before I took it in. I don't mean to bad mouth on here, I just wanted to clarify my statement. On the bright side, that's one of the reasons I started to do everything myself. That's when I took the leap from fixing-up bikes to building customs.