Please help this undecided newbie! I am putting in a new sprinkler system at home; though I received 3 quotes, I am undecided between the last 2 companies (help ..). Company A: Have a very structured entity that does BOTH design and installation. Showed up with computerized print out and samples of all the head (rotors and spray heads). Suggested 8 zones, Toro S800 rotors, Toro 570Z spray heads, Toro Greenkeeper 212 Controller with a rain sensor and remote control I believe all Toro equipments but I can change them if I want to. Will supply copy of design at the end, will get permit. My bed will have drip system. Company B: Slightly older, unpretentious man I think old fashion guy and appear to be a straight shooter. Recommended by a co-worker (but only does service maintenance for co-worker). I am intrigue by him but still wary: Verbally explain the design comes close to the certified designer of Company A. Suggested 7 zones, Hunter PGP rotors, Rainbird 1800, and a Rainbird ESP controller with rain sensor (but no remote control). Permit is optional that I should get on my own (he will do addition charge of $100+permit cost). Does the plumbing himself (top guy uses an outside plumber). My shrub bed will have tiny spray heads. My ?s: (a) From my research here (thanks guys), and on the web, Company B probably have better mix of equipment, but is much better than all Toro lineup? (b) Is drip or spray heads better for my shrub bed? (c) Company B guy seems to be someone in the dirt with his crew; company A guy looks like a manager (d) I am also bothered by Company Bs optional permit Who would you recommend? What is your take on the equipment? Any suggestion for a different mix of equipment? Does anybody use the Toro GreenKeeper barely see anybody referring to it. I hope to decide by end of this week. Thanks for any contribution.