My Porsche Panamera 4S had some minor bumper scruffs and underbody scrapes from unfortunately rolling down our driveway in neutral and hitting a retaining wall iron railing at very low speed. I am very detail oriented and maintain my cars immaculately so wanted to ensure my car is fixed to as good as new. There are currently only 2 Porsche approve collision repair centers in the DC metro area: Tysons Corner in VA and Euro Pros in Gaithersburg, MD. I spoke to both and was concerned about the poor reviews of Tysons Corner. However, after speaking to their director, Tim Pfeifle, I concluded that their 2-star rating was not representative as they fix hundreds of cars a year and only had 15 or so reviews. Their clientele represents busy, successful professionals who wouldn’t write a review if they were satisfied but if something went wrong, they would find the energy to trash the body shop online. So, a dozen bad reviews out of hundreds of cars per year wasn’t a concern for me. Tim assured me he would take care of my Porsche so I decided to give them a try. I called in a few times during the repair process to ensure every part that I wanted to be replaced was replaced and they worked with GEICO to make it happen. I didn’t always get called back but they are a collision repair center not a 5-star hotel so you have to be proactive and work with them. I would simply try again and eventually get through. When all was done, I was satisfied with their work. There were a couple of minor issues but Tim had his team take care of them promptly. In fact, he went out of his way to fix an unrelated rock chip and didn’t even charge me for it. The work was good quality and the service was as good as you would expect from any high end body shop (they only work on Porsches, Aston Martins, Audis, MB and VW). Overall, I would endorse them strongly.