Replacement Rear Calipers
I was still tracking down an elusive problem with the brakes sticking, and my search had led me to the rear calipers. They were then replaced.
I started with a pair of remanufactured units from NAPA. I was a bit surpised when they first shipped me two left calipers, and then when I got that sorted out, there was still quite a bit of difference between the two units they sent. Oh well, I guess quality control isn't too high a priority for them. They included a nice warranty, so whatever.
I also decided to paint the calipers to help protect them from the elements. With the stock wheels, you can't see them, so nobody else gets to see their redness, but I know it's there.
The calipers are a snap to replace. Get the rear of the car up on jackstands and take the wheels off. Disconnect the hydraulic connection using a flare wrench. Remove the two bolts that secure the pad carrier to the suspension arm and slide the caliper off. Repack the slide pins with new grease, swap the pad carrier to the new caliper, reinstall the 2 bolts and hook up the hydraulic line again. Bleed and you are done.