That still doesn't mean they have a qualified tech. Same thing with the Hunter road force balancer. There are 4 shops in my local area. 3 of them don't calibrate the machine, and don't know how to match the rim to the tire. I need to travel 20 miles to the 1 shop that knows how to properly use the machine.Sure thing, here you go:
Just enter your zip code. They list all the shops using their equipment, (which is designed for use on solid, slotted, and/or cross drilled rotors), as well as list which shops are certified by them.
Again, a little research goes a long way.
As far as the rotors, I'm happy with new blank rotors, with new pads. Never had a problem doing it MY way. Have fun paying a shop labor money to cut your rotors on the car.