I want to love them, not just like them.
They arrived on time, worked non-stop, and had great attitudes. My job was difficult. The end result was a smooth ceiling, but there were some issues. Texturing on my wall didn't match and the gap (up to 5/8") all around the shower surround was large. Scott tried to caulk it, but it never dried and didn’t look good. I spent 2 hours removing wet caulk a few days later. The chemicals in the caulk made painting the ceiling near impossible. All in all I think they provide a fair product, but the finishing work required was a little bit too much.
6/13/2012 Update: We'll agree to disagree. The gap was in your control and could have been tighter. It caused lots of extra work. The hole you referenced, that required texturing, was there when you bid the job and was created weeks prior by the water remediation company during their testing. I did create a new hole but that was communicated and acknowledged via email 4 days prior to the work. You were also compensated extra for it, above and beyond your original bid. I thought I was being fair with the original assessment, but saying in some way I misled you is untrue.