dod it yourself if you can get the tools. i just sis mine, if it is in a celi the rears are a pain, but the front is pretty easy. torque wrench or bvreaker bar is a must unless you can put 140 ft/lbs of torque on a small wrench. auto charges 41.95 after tax for the compressors, but you get it all back when you bring them back. you need a strut type spring compressor, they will ask you if you need this or the other kind. have a good set of metric wrench ranging from 10mm to 21mm. you could take it to a shop, and it could only cost you $100, but i have heard some charge upwards of $1000 depending on type of car. i did have to take mine to toyota to get my alingment and camber fixed after it was all said and done and that ran $90. there ya go. if you are doing it on a celi and have questions pm me, i just did it so the install is fresh on my mind.