I really really really hate my electric company, but I've met with sales reps from several solar companies and they're all sleazeballs. And when I research solar companies it seems like the wild west. Like companies are popping up overnight, offering 30 year warranties, and then they're out of business a year later. Not only that, but it seems like most companies are charging whatever you're willing to pay, so if your electric bill is $250, then they'll work out a plan where solar will cost you $230. The savings isn't that much anymore, I guess because they're counting on people being motivated to go solar just for the good of the environment, so they feel like they don't need to save you that much money. If they're only going save me 10% or less then it's not worth it for me to mess up my roof. I've got the kind of roof that will last forever if you don't mess with it. But if you start tearing into it to install solar panels I'm sure it's going to eventually develop leaks. Not only that, but it seems like solar panels are always on the verge of a big breakthrough. So you could buy solar panels today, and then 6 months later they come out with new panels that are way more efficient, but you're stuck with these old ones for 25 years or whatever you signed up for. Have any of you gone solar yet? If so, have you had a good experience so far? Which company did you use and do you recommend them?