The A/C in my 2004 Honda Accord started blowing hot. Took it to Lute Riley Honda off Central Expressway and they said it would cost me $1250 to replace the condenser, coil, and clutch and then also said my radiator fan stopped spinning and the next time I get stuck in traffic my car will overheat. The total estimate was $1750 and I had to pay a $120 fee to get that info.Called a couple other places including Mastertech in Plano and Hondew in Dallas based on yelp reviews. They quoted me much lower prices ($1200 and $1000 respectively). Then I called North Dallas Imports who quoted me a price of $750. They said they would waive the diagnostic fee as well since I used Yelp. I spoke with Wes on the phone. He told me he was sure they could beat the dealer price. I asked him how much it would be and he gave me a guess but said he would have to look it up. It took me prompting him to look it up before he did. Other than that he was nice and informative. Even before I mentioned what the exact problem was he guessed it when I said 2004 Honda A/C problem.When I drove up, the exterior didn't look that impressive. But as I was walking up, a lady opened the door as if she was waiting for me and offered me complimentary cold bottle water. The guy behind the counter (Eddie who I found out is the owner) said he would do the diagnostic right away which was a pleasant surprise bc on the phone they has said it might take awhile before they got to it bc of 4th of July backup.The waiting room was much nicer than I expected. Hardwood floors, free wifi, flat screen tv with CNN on, cold A/C, very clean.After the diagnostic which took only about fifteen minutes, Eddie took me back into the back to explain exactly what was going on with the car and what he recommends. He confirmed that I did need to replace the condenser, clutch, and coil and also the radiator fan and suggested I replace the other fan as well. He explained that the fans aren't vital but it will be less cool and will tax the new condenser. He didn't charge me labor for replacing the fans since his standard procedure in working on compressor is to remove the fans anyway. He said he's not looking to nickel and dime me but would rather earn my business (long-term) rather than get as much money as he can out of me in a single repair (short-term). When I was waiting for my ride which is right down the street at a fast food restaurant, the lady in the front offered to drive me there, which I took her up on since it was so hot outside. Talk about red carpet service!The total repair ended up being $950 which is still the cheapest quote I got anywhere.They had to keep it overnight and then I picked it up at the end of the next day. Had to wait about fifteen minutes when I got there. A/C was blowing cold when I got inside. Only bad thing was my car smelled like sweat inside of it. Not a huge thing to me but it might have bothered someone else. Probably could have sprayed some sort of air freshner which is what I'll do when I get home. What matters most to me is the lowest price since I'm on a shoe string budget and the honesty of what I really need done versus trying to sell me on additional stuff that I don't need. The great personal service was a nice bonus though and a pleasant surprise.I will be back for my free oil change and for any other repairs.