I had about 3 days of work done, I'd say 90% of the work was great. However, and this is my fault, but as cleaned up the drywall mess and got close with all the work the trim is pretty rough on the eyes. The workers were good dudes, and overall pretty solid work. But the minor details are the issues I had. Again, the trim is basically cut and pasted. It *kind of* matches the old trim, but there's parts where I have floating trim just hanging there. Aesthetically, it's pretty rough and will definitely require another project to get looking good. The half wall short of the trim is awesome, they did an awesome job there. Lastly my door had a lot of draft coming in and I think a lot of this is due to the fact the quote I got was way short of the cost and I was basically "red" for their profits but the weather proofing actually made the draft get worse due to it not allowing the door close all the way, so that to will be another issue. I should likely have gotten a new door all together because the current door has a LOT of but was talked out of it. Overall, not bad. The drywall work and half wall are great, the workers were nice people and I'm sure if I had seen the issues before I signed the sheet they would have helped. So it's my fault there no doubt. The trim (probably the most expensive part of the project) and weather stripping basically were wastes of money at this point however as it stands. Overall give em a C. The little things I thought I would just be able to paint over intitally are not done well enough to paint them yet. Will have to replace the trim and have random holes due to replacing the old trim.