Arrived as scheduled with a six man crew. Did grading adding and removing stone as required, but did not roll the graded area prior to asphalt work, which really should have been done. Installed asphalt. My driveway is rather long with an enlarged parking area in front of the garage, 42'x42'. These folks had problems with making sure the asphalt was laid at the same thickness throughout the entire lay of material. They could not finish the project in one day so when they came back the second day they were installing hot asphalt against the previous day's work [cold asphalt], which caused poor seam development. The paving machine they had was too small for this project, but I was not told that before they started. Hence the driveway has highs and lows in it. I am not pleased with this after paying as much as I did for the job. Brought back the owner and expressed my dissatisfaction with the highs and lows and was given a 'story' as to how I had to let the asphalt 'settle in'. "Patching low areas by adding material will not look good" as stated by the owner. Hence at this point I knew where the conversation was heading. I have been in construction for over thirty  years, and asphalt does not 'settle in'! Only option is to go to court for a settlement, and it is not really worth my time. Sure wish they had had a larger paving machine. Seams both hot and cold are VERY visible and not good looking at all. Overall the job is okay to the normal homeowner I would assumne, but having experience in construction I know it could have been completed in a better format using a larger paving machine and doing a continuous lay of material. Just too big a job for these folks. They tried, but their quialty of their finished project leaves much room for improvement . All could be finished to a better level of completion by coming back and adding another 1 1/2" of material to the entire driveway. That would fill the low areas and give a more finished even look to the entire drive.