Great guys to deal with in the audio industry

I think it will be great for all of us to share our experiences with great guys in this industry, helping others to make easier decisions the next time they need to buy equipment.

My recomendations:

Tyler Lashbrook, from Tyler Acoustics
Mark O┬┤Brien, from Rogue Audio
Vincent Chen, from Emotiva
Clint Hartman, from Wyred 4 Sound
Brian Ding and Enrico Castagnetti, from Rythmik Audio
David at

Please, share your recommendations.
Ty Lashbrook from Tyler Acoustics

Paul Laudati from Clear Day cables

I can't speak highly enough of the service given by Wyred 4 Sound. I have spoke to Clint a couple of times and to EJ once. They not only have an excellent product, they have customer skills second to none!
Another +1 for Jim McShane for tube selling.

A great guy for repairs of gear in NY is Scott Gramlich of SG Custom Sound. Scott has fixed speakers, turntables and tube amps for me. He has always been honest and sincere with advice.
And Steve McCormack, always ready to give good counsel about his products whether you bought them from him or not.
I have not had a poor experience with any one I know. There are standouts: Nelson Pass, Siegfried Linkwitz, Luke Manley, Steve Deckert, Ed Stewart,... And these guys have their own reasons for it; Pass for the sheer fun while experiencing unforgettable audio, Linkwitz for patience, guidance, and thoroughness, Manley for stepping up and delivering customer service above expectation, Deckert for promise and the guarantee of it, and Ed Stewart for good, fun, off-the-beaton-path products, and stories. The fact that all provided me with the greatest audio experiences of my life is grand.