Catchy title, yes? We got our 2000 Land Rover Discovery II back from repair last week, but returned it for a funny growl at under 5 mph. It turned out to be some shock absorber thingy that was supposed to be disconnected from some prior hydraulic work, so they charged us $0. Great customer service, which makes the prior $3,000 repair (and inevitable future repairs) more palatable.
In all fairness, this shop has saved us tons compared to the dealer and our prior garage. Rovers are just expensive. Ours has served us well for 135,000 miles, taking us to snow and surf and camping and countless very comfortable road trips.