Amen to that brother! My wife and kids are in the car sometimes too. I plan on taking it back to the mechanic on Monday to have this sorted out. Per Benzmac in an e-mail, the squeal itself, if severe enough, can set the ABS sensors off. I just have to believe that the rotors are causing the problem, and not the other way around. I just don't think that the sensors could create the squealing racket I have been putting up with. Could extended faults caused by the squealing adversely affect the sensors themselves? Do the sensors have a typical life expectancy that has been shortened due to this squealing? I plan on having the mechanic make sure the ABS sensors check out per spec before I accept the car as fixed.
Thank you everyone for the help. If anyone can answer those last two questions, I would greatly appreciate it.