As you all very well know Greece/Hellas is a very small EU country. And although, ancient Greece was the brightest civilization on this planet, today's Greece sucks as hell!!![mad] Well if you're wondering why i'm so mad (even though I'm greek myself) is because of an electrical malfunction of my Focus which appeared last October, for which I have spent more than 2000 euros and it still hasn't been fixed. The problem started 15 days after I bought as lightly used from a Ford dealer. The dealer was the actual owner of the car and even though it was a model of 5/99, it had only 30000 kilometers run, so I thought it was a nice deal. Fifteen days later the problem made its first appearance. The battery indicator would turn on and after a while the ABS and the handbrake too, the last symptom is that all the displays reset. Since last October I take my car to the local registered Ford garage, to check the problem, and everytime they check it they tell me that this or that part is to blame for the malfunction and I need to pay to replace it. I have replaced twice the voltage regulator, the battery, then the whole alternator and finally the computer/processor. What get's me pissed off is that they don't know what's causing the problem and they replace parts by chance. They experiment with my Focus and have me pay for the parts they replace!!! I even called the official branch of Ford in Greece, which is Ford Motor Hellas, and they only thing thay had to say is that they hope my car gets fixed soon and that i won't have to pay more money for it. Of course they were totaly against any refunds. So, there you have the quality of service and repair of Ford in Greece. Absolute Zero!!!