Old oak kitchen cabinets are transformed with white paint. Andy, the owner, however lacked attention to detail. He removed the cabinet doors and took them to his workshop to paint them, but he didn't remove the little door bumpers and tape that the previous owners had put on the doors. Now I have painted-over bumpers and tape on cabinet doors. He didn't properly examine the kitchen beforehand, so 3 days into a week-long project, he told me the plan for painting wouldn't work and he would have to paint much more than planned. He talked about using Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams paint, but then used some cheaper brand - now there are dings on the cabinets where paint has chipped. His Newport Designs granite vendor did a superb job. Newport Designs saved me from another Andy short cut. Andy wanted Newport to remove the counter tops, but they insisted he do it. That was lucky, because more work was needed on the walls when the old backsplashes were removed. Andy's crew did most of the repair, but left some of it undone. Andy added crown molding to the top of cabinets that wasn't part of the plan and it was an inspired addition. If you have lots of time to supervise the work, you might be OK. I worked in the past with a contractor who was very attentive to detail, so I didn't realize how much I needed to supervise Andy's crew's work. I was working full-time while the crew was working and thought that Andy would be attentive to the details. I was wrong. If you are willing to insist on completion of every detail, you might be fine. Would recommend getting everything in writing beforehand, including brand of paint to be used.