At 93k the clutch has started slipping on my Cayman. I was going to replace it myself (never done this before, however looks quite straightforward from seeing some tutorial videos!) and while I'm at it I was going to replace the dual-mass flywheel.
From what I gather the DMF is recommended to be changed on every 2nd clutch change. Mine is on it's first clutch however given the high mileage I'd quite like to do the DMF for peace of mind.
But I can only find it online for over £1,000, which seems excessive! The local indi quoted an extra £400 to fit a new DMF on top of £1k for the clutch, so I'll see if they can order me one in if I can't find it to purchase myself cheaper.
FYI the clutch kit is available for £160, plus £100 to hire a ramp for the day and £100 for a few tools etc, so would save a fair chunk over getting the clutch done, however the cost of the DMF tipps the equation the wrong way!