Ok maybe not a dilemma as such as I think i've decided what to do, just want some confirmation i'm doing the right thing...
I bought my A3 1.8T AUM a few months back. It had done 88k with full Audi/Audi specialist service history albeit on the Audi long life service schedule, service at 16k, 29k, 46k, 61k, 70k and 83k. Initially I thought great, longer service intervals but after reading up a bit it seems this isn't so great, especially now it's getting on a bit and the miles are accumulating.
I'm happy to change to fixed service which seems to be the way to go but i'm undecided as to whether to do the servicing myself. I always have done in the past but then i've never owned a car in such condition with an up to date service history before. It seems a shame to let that slip, especially if I come to sell it at some point and it puts people off.
I also want to get the sump and oil pick up cleaned as that's praying on my mind.
Soo I was thinking I should do an interim service myself in the next few weeks as its approximately half way between long life services and drop the sump and clean that out at the same time. Then when the next service is officially due it will be about ready anyway and I can then decide about switching schedules and whether to continue to do the work myself.
Sorry for the long winded post, i'm really just putting it in black and white instead of just thinking about it but would welcome people's thoughts as I love this car and don't want to do the wrong thing.