Yeah I mean if I had to replace the brakes again, I could probably do it in one day instead of 6 hours a day for 7 days straight like last time. I just didn't realize the parts like the wheel cylinders, adjusters would appear to "fit" on any wheel, but would not work until Phil told me about it. When my kit arrived, none of the parts were labeled and it was not obvious to me at the time where they went until I got to looking at them. On Fiats, the front calipers will fit either the front or left side but the rears won't do to the parking brake mechanism. So it's quite obvious if you get those mixed up when you goto connect the parking brake cabels. Brake rotors are the same on all four wheels. Brake pads are somewhat interchangable. The rears are much thinner so front pads won't work because the calipers won't screw all the way back in. But you can use the front pads on the rear if they are worn down enough. You know if you are on the cheap.. Someone told me you could use front calipers on the rears but you would sacrifice the parking brake. I'm sure Matteo from Italy has probably worked on Fiat brakes and maybe a better judge than I am when it comes to comparing Trabant with Fiat braking systems.