So, I got my car"fixed" here in Guam. There are no reputable shops at all and the available ones are miserable, and I don't physically have the time to work on it. I needed to replace my old calipers and did so through a local place. After replacing them, they couldn't get pressure on the pedal. So they bled and serviced about 5 times and the problem got worse, by the end the pedal would go to the floor and stay there. Some of the parts were old and I decided to replace them. I had the booster and master cylinder replaced, assuming that would help and fix it too. They then had issues with the proportioning valve as it was coated in Teflon for some reason. So they machined a fix. They said it was done and I just wanted it out of their shop so they couldn't make it worse. Now the brake pedal goes about halfway down with no pressure, then to nearly the floor with normal-ish but quite mushy pressure. Maybe a bad bleed but I don't think so. It is not leaking. Any suggestions or help? Maybe something simple or am I just screwed? Could it be the calipers? Thanks very much!