Hi all! This is my 2nd post, as I'm relatively new to this club. I bought my 2000 GS300 last year, and I love it! It had 83,000 miles on it (now 92,000). I probably spent around $1,500 so far. It still needs a few more repairs. Most of the repairs were done at a local Toyota dealership. Repairs done: - Replaced water pump and timing belt. - Replaced idler tensioner pulley and drive belt - Replaced air conditioner filter - Replaced engine air filter (K&N filter) - Replaced engine oil and oil filter as recommended (using Valvoline MaxLife Full Synthetic) - Replaced tires a couple of months ago (Michelin Pilot Exalto A/S) - Flushed transmission fluid less than 10,000 miles ago. - Replaced rear brakes, surfaced rotors It is past due for a 90,000 mile service, and I wanted your opinion whether the following items (as per local dealer) are worth $460: - Inspect engine valve clearance - Re-torque axle shaft flange bolts - Replace brake fluid - Replace engine coolant - Inspect fuel lines & vapor system - Inspect fuel tank cap gasket - Inspect transmission fluid - Inspect ball joints & dust covers - Inspect body - Inspect brake lines & hoses - Inspect brake pads and rotors - Inspect differential oil - Inspect axle shaft boots - Inspect exhaust pipes & mountings - Inspect rack & pinion assembly - Inspect steering linkage & boots Thank you for your help.