I just replaced my brake reservoir and thought while I was at it, might was well bleed the brakes. I found a nifty brake bleeding kit at the local hardware store for a few bucks. The bottle attaches to the nearest surface with a magnet to keep it from falling over. Well after bleeding both front calipers and running through about a bottle of brake fluid, I only noticed a few very small bubbles. The question is, do most of you notice a lot of bubbles, or large ones if you have some sponginess at the brake lever? I've never bled brakes before so I don't know if this is good or normal. The brake lever does feel a bit more solid now if that helps. I would have preferred to bleed from the bottom up but my '07 master cylinder doesn't have a bleed screw on it. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks.