I'm shopping for a new front driveshaft and want some feed back from anyone who has dealt with either of these companies. I deal with the general public everyday and customer service is important to me. For once I want to be the customer. I called Tom Woods first, no particular reason. The guy who answered the phone was pleasant and told me his name. He answered all my questions, priced out several options, and brought up some stuff that I had not thought of. Their turn around time seemed incredible. I call with the necessary dimensions and they will build and ship it out the next day. I would get my new shaft in less then a week if it went out ground. The cheapest shaft I can get from them is $299 plus $5 for packaging. 1310 cv with 4.5" of slip. shipping included. Then I called High Angle Driveline. Never got the guys name. He seemed agitated that I had questions and told me that he usually deals with guys building competition buggy's. The cheapest shaft he would sell me was $595 plus $30 in shipping. 1350 cv with 12" of slip. He flat out refused to build me a shaft with 1310 joints. The lead time left something to be desired. I call with the specs they need, then within 8 days it would get built. Depending on what day they completed it, it would go out in less then a week, then however long it takes for UPS to get to me in PA from California. Could be as long as 3 weeks before I get it. I called Josh back at Tom Woods because the prices were so different. He spec'd out the same shaft HAD was quoting me. Go figure it was slightly less and still 1 day lead time. then he told me it wasn't really 12" of slip. it would have 12" of splines. gotta have something still engaged so its really more like 8-9" of slip. also that a 1310 setup will run at 30 degrees before binding without any trimming, and a 1350 runs at 22 degrees, 26 with grinding. I am gonna build a square tube to get me through this weekend. I would prefer a real shaft up front and hold onto my square tube as a spare. So what does everyone think? any and all feedback is welcome, even from Avery.