have had EBC brakes on my cars for years now, current set on the E55 for hte last 3 years, been through 2 track days and still only a third worn after 25K miles. about a month ago i started hearing a click everytime i braked, probably happening for a while but i only noticed due to the windows being open. I was also hearing a rattle which i thought was the undertray screws being loose. anyway, took it into MB for its B service... nothing, all clear, last week i took it to my MOT guy and first thing he pointed out was brake pad material sitting at the bottom of my caliper. basically the pad had come off its backing and that was the clicking sound. Lucky for me i have 4 pads per caliper in the front so the brakes still worked! anyway, apparently mb dont take wheels off for A & B services anymore and the brake inspection is visual... uhmmm... also a email to EBC and they sent me a replacement set of pads straight away. spent most of the day resizing the ~EBC redstuff pads to fit properly in the caliper (this is normal with these pads). The old pads where fried. FYI:- EBC Reds are not good with heat, they are just good for low dust, yellows are the heat resistant pads but high dust.