Although the timing belt wasn't that old, I had it changed along with the other two. Looks like he put an OEM one in. The power steering pump belt was oil contaminated but the other belt (serpentine) still had some life in it; it was getting old so I just told them to go ahead. The water pump was still good as it was done with the previous timing belt installation. I was actually planning to do the job myself but I live in the city and I don't have a place to work. The last time I did anything I had to park in a parking lot and ran out of daylight so I had to rush to finish the job (cleaning the EGR valve). There was a DIY garage about 40 miles from here but they are defunct. I am looking for a place for future possible repairs where I can park for more than a day so that I can do these types of repairs. The DIY garage sounded great; tools, a lift, compressor etc. and a mechanic on scene to help. All for $35 - $40 an hour! Too bad they closed.