It seems as though the left rear wheel bearing on my 2006 Toyota Sienna LE AWD minivan is going bad. The low, growling noise volume varies with speed. When the highway makes a long sweeping turn to the left, the noise goes away, and when the turn is to the right, the noise increases. The van has roughly 150,000 miles on it. I am the original owner. I plan to drive the vehicle for at least another 50-100,000 miles. Looking at the selection on Rock Auto, I have quite a few choices with a wide range of prices. They are: Value Pro-$54.79 Pro-$55.79 Moog/National-$129.79 Timken-$130.89 Beck/Arnley-$147.79 SKF-$167.79 Does anyone have any strong feelings (good or bad) about any of these choices? I tend to feel that you get what you pay for, so I am willing to spend the money on the more expensive choices if worthwhile. Then again, I don't want to spend any more than I have to if there is little or no difference between brands. Thanks for your help.