I'm just about to clock 36K mile on my Trek and had decided to take it in to the dealer for the corresponding service per the owners manual. The price of the service would have been $599! I cancelled the appointment and asked only for the multipoint inspection which can be accomplished in their express lane without an appointment. I change my own oil and air filters. This schedule of theirs seems to be a money grab. One of the items for the 36K service is a brake fluid change. Like WTF! Over my 60 years of driving and owning cars I have NEVER changed my brake fluids and have NEVER had any brake problems with any of my cars including those with high mileage. And YES I understand that the characteristics of brake fluid can change over time due to heat. But is a fluid change really necessary? Based on my experience, NO!