I guess I'll go ahead and provide an initial review of Rudy and http://www.rockstarkrew.com/
Very affordable, at GB price. And unlike apparently all other fiberglass companies, Rudy initially replied via email within 12 hours of my inquiries. So that was nice. Then, I'm not really sure where the breach occurred.
Sent payment on 30-April, then didn't hear of any progress for a month, which was no big deal because I wasn't in any hurry at all, and told him so. I emailed him on 2-June, asking for an update. No reply, so I email again on 8-June with the same question. He replies and says "Oh sorry I taught the message when thru the last time there already there at the station". Well shit. So I contact the station (Greyhound) for info. Greyhound had no way to contact me, because he didn't provide my info on the package. They tried to contact him, but he wasn't returning their calls (I don't know how many they placed). Ugh, whatever. At least everyone is on the same page now. I get to the station and I see that the "package" consists of the two fenders wrapped together in several layers of cellophane, albeit labeled "fragile". I expected to find what I did, in fact, find: several nickel- and dime-sized holes punched in the fiberglass and a lip (top rear portion, by the windshield) that is bent and will definitely tear off. Damnit. So I file a complaint with Greyhound (because the damage certainly occurred while in their care), but they said that the package was wrapped too poorly for any remedial action. So I email Rudy and briefly describe the situation, without asking for compensation. And the only part about the whole endeavor that bugs me is that he didn't reply to this email, neither asking how things were going, whether I wanted to return nor suggesting a method of repair. I don't like that.
So that's it, limited review because I haven't attempted fitment yet. I plan to within the next several months but I need to read up on how to patch these holes. We'll see what happens.