Thanks for the welcome. I was actually on the bmwland.co.uk website for a while starting just before I bought my 535d in 2013. When I bought the car it had 72k miles on the clock and I'm not far off double that now so I expect I'll have to start repeating some of the jobs I did when I first got it along with some jobs like the spring replacements which are necessary on a vehicle approaching 10 years of age. My plan currently is to keep the car for a good few years to come until I can realistically replace it with an electric equivalent. My wife has an i3 now and we both absolutely love it so I think petrol and diesel cars are now pretty much dead to me with the exception of hobby or racing vehicles. The 535d is still a great car but I probably need to spend some money on it soon to try to ensure trouble free motoring for a few more years. I'd rather fix things that are likely to fail before they actually do fail. Might make an interesting thread topic actually.