I haven't dealt with performance shops for a long time. I've owned Hellcats for the past several years and never really sought additional power or made any major modifications. I just picked up a Boss 302 and love the car, but at least want to explore adding a supercharger. I've emailed several performance shops in Colorado and have pretty much been blown off by all of them. Their pat response is call the shop. Ok I hate talking on the phone and am busy with my own job during business hours so prefer email. If you need to have a phone conversation why put an email address on your sh(*& website. Better yet why not put the info on your website that most customers would ask so I don't have to call or email until I'm ready to move forward. I called one and talked to the guy and he didn't even have the courtesy to respond to a follow up question or return a follow up call. I don't know what is so hard about responding to email and saying we recommend XXX and it will cost you this much to have us install and tune. I guess I'll start looking at some of the national vendors who advertise here and other places. Colorado is starting to suck.