Well, got everything moved in and up and running...actually was able to hit the ground running, I only opened the doors yesterday and I've already got the shop full of work, and there are three more cars on the way here today. I'll post more updates and such once I get the shop finished (the office isn't even done yet, and I've still got to re-do the floors and install the second lift, among other things), but I figured I'd throw up some photos for now. It looks rough as shit right now, but once we get the office finished and can start on the shop, I think within 3 weeks I'll have the place looking IMMACULATE. I'd planned on using the first week or so of business doing that, but since I've had a LOT more business than I expected to show up without me even advertising, I'm stuck 'finishing' the shop in the evenings and at night - I've probably had 3 hours of sleep since Sunday. I need to hire a secretary, too. We're still waiting on the property owners to fix the AC in the shop (wasn't working before we moved in) and fix the tint on the windows in the front, I would say they're dragging ass BUT they went above and beyond what I'd think was 'normal' to get us in the shop ASAP - it would usually take 2-3 weeks to get everything set up and get us in the doors, and after we had problems with the initial agent they fired him, flew another agent here from their corporate office in San Francisco, and had us in the door in a matter of days - so it's understandable that they didn't have everything ready to go. I'm perfectly fine with that, if we had waited to move in like a 'regular' tenant everything would have been set up to go already. White people problems. Better to be swamped with business than to have none though! More to come soon...for now, a few pics of the shop. Here's the location, it's in a nice-ass business park that's right off of a main highway here in Houston, but not directly ON the highway. This is great, because it's in a convenient location, but it won't attract a lot of drive-by window shoppers, AND it's somewhat 'incognito', which is EXACTLY what I wanted - I lucked out and got a damn hear perfect location. I've also got the only standalone building in the business park, which is freakin' sweet IMO. Here's an example of one of my 'generic' fliers, I've got some other vehicle-specific ones (BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi) that list manufacturer-specific services and my cheaper-than-anywhere-else-but-still-makes-me-good-profit-since-I-hardly-have-any-overhead prices. ...and the shop itself, even though it's dirty and rough as shit right now (although, it's still a lot nicer than some of the other high-end shops I've worked at) ...and as I'm typing this, a wrecker just showed up with ANOTHER car. Holy crap, time to get back to work.