Yeah, his bleeding sucked as I watched him for a few mins but my bigger concern is until the pedal is at a safe height, it's a bit of a moot point. Just to give you an idea, when I first picked it up I almost got into an accident and I'm not being overly dramatic at all, but when I went from gas to brake, my foot was literally and fully behind the brake pedal. It's not like I just hit the side of it, I had to really figure out my foot was fully behind it and act quickly. Then tried to see if it would be OK and could get used to it and not really, you have to literally lift your foot to go from gas to brake instead of just pivot your foot and that's an accident waiting to happen and I have others with work use the vehicle which is a huge consideration.
I think at this point I probably need to be done with mechanics on this issue and just get what I know are the right parts and do this now. I have had nightmare experiences with mechanics lately as I've recently tried to transition from doing such work myself but end up spending 3 times the amount of time than just doing it myself. I'm also not cheaping out, I pay what they ask, these are real shops... Oh well, thanks for the input.