Ok, like I mentioned in an earlier post, I've just recently gotten back into mountain biking and I love it this time around. Since my start, I've started noticing how my bike handles certain rides and reacts to changes I make to it, so I'm starting to feel comfortable about the bike. When I get my bike serviced at the LBS I picked it up at, I can tell the difference on the first ride out, mainly the gear changing being a lot smoother and the ride more firm. Well, on my last service from the shop, I just assumed the norm and paid and went on my way. On the way home, I stopped to get some gas and was looking at my bike and noticed that the skewers were not changed and the dirt that was on them was not disturbed at all, which would have been if someone had removed the wheels. I had asked the shop to check my brake pads on my disc brakes for replacement because they were squeaking real bad now. After looking over the bike some more, I notice the chain, crank, cassette and derailuers were all in the same dirty condition I had them before taking them in, with no signs of touch. At this point, I'm kind of worried. So, yesterday I hit a trail near the house and sure enough, same ride as it was before the bike went in. Squealing brakes, rough gear changes and the ride was bouncy because the rear suspension had not been aired up again. I feel that I was duped on this one but I don't know what to do really. I bought two bikes at one time from this place and have had them do the maintenance on them from day one. I've never had this problem before and I don't want to come off as a prick but I don't think I got what I paid for this time. I've noticed a lot of young guys working in the shop lately, and I wonder if someone let one of them practice on my ride. What should I do??