This is in reference to this thread I started: http://pnwriders.com/motorcycle-talk/165800-motorcycle-shipping.html I would like to share my experience with this company that I choose. I decided to go with http://www.haulbikes.com/ When I did the online quote it was $650 door to door service. This was the best price I was finding for actual motorcycle shipping companies. On average others were $700-800. UShip was the cheapest that I found, but if anyone is familiar with them you know how that goes. People bid on your shipment. I only received one bid and it was from someone who just created an account. The bid was for $238. I did try to contact the bidder, but no dice. So I didn't trust that. Anyways I contacted Haul Bikes and I talked to a woman named Chris and informed her what I wanted and where the bike was located and where I'm located. She told me they are having a special right now and it's $100 off so the price will be $550 door to door. I say "Sign me up then". Process is real easy. She sends you an email with a contract to fill out and a few pages for you to read about the process of the shipping, which is very simple. There is no hidden fee's, or small print, or nothing these people are hiding. It is all self explanatory and very stress free. So boom, Paper work filled out(15 minutes), faxed over, call them 5 minutes later, Chris says she's got, she tells me they will pick the bike up between March 6-9th. I filled the paperwork and faxed it on March 4th! They tell me it can take up to 3 weeks to get the bike to me. Bike is picked up on March 8th at the shop in Olympia, WA. No problems and all went smooth. Strapped down and on it's way to Wisconsin to there central wearhouse were it will be dowloaded and picked up by another truck to be delivered to me in Missouri. Now this whole time Chris and the truck driver always keep me updated by either phone or email. And the whole time very professional and nice people. So on March 18th I get a phone call from the driver and he says "hey I'll be in your area March 20th to drop off bike". I'm like "No shit, wow that was quicker then I thought". So cool! Well since I live on a Military base I didn't want the Driver and myself to have to go through a big hassle of getting him on base so I tell him to just meet me at a Wal-Mart in town and he says "No problem, just say the time and I'll be there". So today he had no problems finding the Wal-Mart and was on time. I snapped some pictures to show and I know everyone likes photos. The guy was super cool. Chatted it up a bit. Was prior military (Navy), lives on the road, literally in his truck and doesn't have a home. Said he keeps his bike stored in Missouri and a P.O Box out of Missouri. Also he said that in order for anyone to work for Haul Bikes they have to be a active rider. The truck Two levels How it was loaded in. I was the 3rd to be unloaded on his trip. He showed me the 2nd level Well I hope this was some what informative for anyone and I would definitely recommend this company for hauling bikes.