Caspian was a referral from a trusted plumber. He (Kaz) was to build the cabinet for a dishwasher. He was very punctual for the work. The work was done incorrectly, which was noticed by the plumber, and required a second visit from Caspian. Caspian redid the work, and announced completion. Upon inspection it was again incorrect. Caspian continued working on the cabinetry. Upon announcing completion for the third time I had to point out that the toe kick (the cover that runs across the base of your counters) was not attached and that the work was covered in nicks, indents, scratches and other unacceptably bad cosmetic issues. He incorrectly glued on the toe kick, which today remains detached. Bottom line is that if you want your "master carpenter" to produce work that looks like your first bad project in woodshop, hire Caspian, otherwise steer clear. Don't assume that high prices mean higher quality from seasoned professionals.