I'm 34, I've been working on my own cars since my first car that I was required to rebuild the engine before I could drive it at 15. I've rebuilt countless engines, done countless timing belt, motor swaps, transmission fixes, brake jobs etc. I was dreading the work that was coming on my wife's 2007 Honda Pilot because well.... I've gotten tired of working on vehicles to the point when we bought a house I didn't mind not having a garage, then nobody would bring their crap here and leave it hoping I'd fix it to get it off my property. So my wife's Pilot was due for its timing belt (includes tensioners, idler pulley, water pump, cam seal(s) and crank seal) with new serpentine belt and the idler and tensioner for that - if it needed it or not. I set out and got it done after a day of dicking around on it because I wasn't in a hurry. Two days later.... It's leaking oil. I have yet to have a seal leak on me after installing.... Except for one in a 2003 Ford Focus-rear main.. That seal is huge! I digress... I went through the roof because I knew this wasn't going to be fun. It's always fun with cams that ride on the top of a lobe not on the bottom, 2mm either way sends the cam springing back out of alignment. I goofed when putting the front bank cam seal in on the first go-round. To add insult to injury the wife decided to tell me that "you better have it done before I go to work tomorrow morning because I'm not driving the Geo..." I reminded her the thousands I've saved us and earned by doing this work for us. So who else had made these stupid errors. And you have any photographic proof of your humanism?