DAOTD=me today, with a rear brake pad change FAIL.
* In the brake pad DIY when it says you need a "special tool" to compress the rear caliper pistons - you do. $6 version from Harbor Freight = FAIL. I got the one from Autozone and it works great. I'm guessing the metalnerd one works well too.
* Just coz brake pads fit in to place does not mean they are automatically facing the right way
* Brake pads work best when the pad material is facing the rotor
* Don't finish your brake pad change in the dark after the kids go to bed - get up early so you can see WTF you are doing
* If you hear a constant grinding noise after a brake pad change you did in the dark, in your driveway, you might be a redneck and/or a dumbass
Doh!! Live and learn... Not too much damage, just ground a bit of a groove in to one side of one rear rotor