Come on! Get your hands dirty! Get yourself a couple ramps and a steep driveway. Put the front downhill on the ramps and make sure the car is still sloping down. Buy one of the oil "recycling" drain cans at the local car parts place. Get a wrench set (if you don't have one yet) and I suggest an oil filter wrench. They come in a zillion sizes so take the "replacement" filter you're buying and get a wrench that fits it.
Crawl under the front, take out the only bolt that is angled toward the ground from the oil pan (it's in the front, piece of cake). Let it drain in the recycling pan and go watch some good TV! After at least 30 minutes, stick the plug back in and take the oil filter off. You'll need a rag for this part cause it will drool! Drop the filter in the fancy oil pan and wipe off the excess around the filter. Put a dab of fresh oil on the new oil filter gasket....give a few turns until it tightens. Hand tight is normally OK, you can give it NO MORE than 1/4-1/2 turn with the wrench if your hands are oily to make sure. Go up top and start pouring fresh oil. You'll need 7 quarts....so put in 6 and about 1/2 of the 7th. Start the engine and check for leaks. Then get the car off the ramps and find a flat, level spot. Turn off the car and check the oil and keep filling until it's full. Probably take all 7 quarts like mine did.
You don't have to jack anything to do it and it can be done in 15 minutes plus the 30 minutes wait time for the oil to drain. No dealers, no lifting.... Piece of cake....If you lived closer, I'd just invite you over! /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif
OK, so if the "hands on" approach isn't your cup of tea, then make sure you talk to whoever you want to change the oil and explain to them that you insist they use the appropriate jacking pucks and that you will be checking when the car is completed for damage. That should get their attention! /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_wink.gif