I obtained several moving quotes prior to selecting a vendor. Calfo Red Line Transfer was recommened to me by a friend, and they were by far the best price as well as the most reassuring quote. During the other two quotes I received, the salesmen made it a point to tell me all of the things they did not move and all the things the ""I"" had to do to prepare for the move. Ron Calfo (the owner of the company) not only came out and gave the quote personally, but made it a point to tell me everything ""they"" would do to make the move easier for me. Calfo's quote was roughly HALF of each of the other two quotes, so given that and the fact that they came recommended helped me to look past some of the negative online reviews I read. I had some reservation because you never know how things are going to go. Well, let me just say, I wasted my worrying. This moving experience was honestly about as good as it could have possibly been. It started with me asking to have the guys call me when they were on their way because I was not going to be staying at the house I was moving from. They had informed me in advance that they likely would arrive between 7-8am. They called me the day of promptly at about 7:15 to inform they were on their way and that they would be there about 8:00. They showed up exactly as planned. The weather forecast was less than optimal as they were calling for freezing rain, so I had some concerns as to how the move would go and how long it would take. Ron originally quoted me 1 truck and 4 guys for about 9 hours (the others were suggesting two trucks and 6 guys for about the same duration). When I had asked Ron about this (at the original quote), he said that given that we were only moving about 3 miles away, it would be more cost effective to use 1 truck even if they had to make a 2nd trip. The day of the move, a total of 6 guys showed up (including Ron). Ron said that he brought a couple of extra guys to finish quicker since the weather was supposed to get bad, but that it should even out price wise (additional guys cost an additional fee). I figured, well that's it, that's how they're going to get me. It is going to take the same amount of time with more guys. Here's where it all goes wrong. Wrong again! The guys hustled their tails off all day long. The only real ""break"" they took was for about 15 minutes for lunch to eat the pizzas I had delivered. The guys were polite, professional, and hard working. They did complete the move with 1 truck and ultimately 5 guys (1 had to go home sick) and did have to make a second trip and refill the truck 3/4 of the way full again and they STILL finished 2 hours AHEAD OF SCHEDULE!!! So, exactly as Ron said, even with the additional guys it evened out, right? Wrong. It was LESS!!!!!!! They ended up doing the move for $50 less than what they quoted!!! How often does that happen?? I gladly gave each of the guys a nice tip for the hard work that they displayed. I still came out significantly better than if I would've chosen a different moving company. In any event, I can't say enought good things about them. It just goes to show you that you can't judge a company by a couple of reviews. I wouldn't hesitate for second to recommend Calfo Red Line Transfer to anyone in need of movers.