If you think that going to a "reputable" shop covers your exposure to idiots, then you will eventually have a rude awakening!
I recently had a new set of Michelins installed by an outfit that specializes in truck tires, one of only a couple such places in the Phoenix area. I could write a book on the list of mistakes made by these guys, but suffice it to say that it's a good thing I was watching them and knew what to look for. The biggest thing was torquing my M22 bolts to 500 ft/lbs instead of 280-320 as the book calls for.
I rarely let anybody do ANYTHING to my vehicles, as every time I do, I am apalled at their incompetence. Like the time I was out of town and had my wife take her Toyota SUV to the Toyota shop for oil/grease and to replace the belts. I just didn't want to mess with it when I got home. They didn't grease one single zerk! I grew up on a farm greasing equipment, and have no problem telling when a zerk has been greased within the last 6-8 months.
They also charged me for 3 belts, and the vehicle only had two. When I called and told them, the shop foreman didn't want to refund any money on the extra belt since I was pi$$ed and he didn't think I'd be a return customer anyway. (He was right about that). He changed his mind after I wrote a letter to the owner who had several Toyota dealerships in Denver.
I'm just saying..! If you have a good place that you trust, you may be fooling yourself if you don't watch them like a hawk.