Last March I ordered 75,000 doorhangers from Dallasprint.com, based on ZClark's recommendation - and let me say they were top notch at a very good price. I am based out of Fort Worth and could pick the order up a short hour away ... no shipping costs. Needless to say when I needed a small order this past month I did not hesitate to call. Placed an order for 5,000 online, same artwork as first run. 24 hours goes by, no confirmation call or email, so I call the Dallas office. At that point I am told the order was outsourced to California because of the small size of the order - and that I would be charged for shipping. Ohhhh well at 8.25% sales tax, the shipping costs was almost the same as the tax would have been. Two weeks, no order, I call - get an email back. 2 more days go by I call again, and a day later I get an email that says it is my lucky day the order shipped. One week later order arrives, thank God. Open the box and I find 5,000 doorhangers printed on Glossy paper. Call again, and get an email reply that the order was placed for 100lb glossy. I reply, no, I placed the order for the exact same thing I had printed last time - response was ohhh, well send me a few. For what friggin reason, you know what you sold me - junk. Response, ohh well send me a few anyway. Been a week and no response as of yet - I have charged back the order and sent an email for them to pick up the paperweight. Dallasprint does business with a group of printers under Octavius Design ... simply put, buyer beware. And no these were no cheep, about the same price as 4/4 hangers from 48hour print. By the why, the purpose of a doorhanger is to hang your ad from a doorknob - without a rubber band 100lb glossy paper is not strong enuf to hang from a doorknob.