As per my other post, I serviced the rear brakes today. I wanted to see if there was any evidence of them done in the history and there was, back in December 2013 the rears disc and pads were done at Chester Honda. On the invoice in the description it mention copper grease had been used to prevent the caliper seizing. Well, the service manual clearly states what should be used and it aint copper grease, anywhere. Sure enough, the pads were covered in dried copper grease, the sliders had something thick and black on them and I'm not sure what the blue stuff dried on the hub was but I had the get it off before the disc would come off. Customers pay a premium to have their car serviced at a Honda dealer and you would expect the job to be done as per spec. I've also seen that the 62,500 service done at Steels Honda in Hereford included 10w-40 GTX oil, I've never known that being standard spec on the 2.4? I know this isn't unique to Honda; when I worked at a Merc dealer the local factors van would visit numerous times a day and I regularly saw 'OEM' parts being whilst the customer was being charged full whack for genuine Merc maintenance. Ironic thing is, the dealer I worked at had one of the biggest spares department in the North West and had numerous cages dropped off every morning stuffed with Merc parts that were going out to the trade!