Originally Posted by crassius
in my experience, folks that don't gain knowledge about the bike by at least trying to do the install have a LOT of problems with the almost daily inspect/tighten/adjust process needed to keep these running
Ditto: And those that might be willing to do the installation for you don't want to be married to the bike afterward. They know that if you don't have the knowledge and experience to fix it yourself that they are going to be seeing the bike everyday for minor repairs and adjustments.
Take our advice and at least try to do your own install. You'll be time and money ahead not to mention that you'll learn some things along the way that will help you enjoy a reliable bike. If you need help, we're always here to offer assistance.