After my first visit to the show room, where the receptionist gave friendly, courteous and professional help, I walked out with all the brochures and information I needed to decide what I wanted. My next visit I scheduled for the installers to measure things up, which they did a few days later. The doors took about a month to arrive and the installers took two days to finish the job. After I painted the doors I couldn't be more pleased; a solid "A" performance. I replaced the doors for soundproofing but I was so pleased with the appearance of the paneled doors that several months later I hired Classic Installation to replace my sliding closet doors with decorative paneled doors. The installer for this job was not one of the two installers of the previous job. I didn't ask, but my impression was that he was new on the job. As before, I agreed to paint the doors myself. The installer came, I believe, on a Friday and hung the doors. Monday he'd return to finish up. Over the weekend I painted the doors. After I finished, I noticed that one of the set of doors were hung backward. Since I painted the outside to match the room and the inside white, I had to repaint the doors after he rehung the doors correctly. Argh! About a week after the job was done, I noticed that the door pulls, which are inset into 2 1/4" holes (so they can't be drilled over), on one set of sliding doors were a bit cockeyed. The error amounts to only about one fourth of an inch but, like an either-or optical illusion where once one finally manages to see the alternate image, one can never see the picture without seeing this alternate image, once I noticed the offset, I couldn't help but see it always. Other than this glitch, the doors are just fine and add much to my home's interior beauty. I should've brought this problem to the attention of Classic Installation to give this firm a chance to respond. Since I didn't, I'll give Classic Installation the benefit of the doubt with a grade of "A-" rather than a "B+" for the overall performance for the two jobs.