Completed my safari in Namibia in Aug. 2016. Write up is here: https://www.africahunting.com/threads/namibia-westfalen-hunting-safaris.30727/ Decided to use Kings Taxidermy in Namibia and after receiving my trophies would recommend them. I worked out an arrangement where the trophies would be done within 6 months of them receiving them or the price would be reduced 20%. They had them ready in 4 1/2 months. The trophies came out good, not great. The bad part was I have one Hartebeest with a laze eye. It is off by mm's but I can still notice. I can also see the stitching on the back of the Impala. It is not awful or even prominent but I can see it which in my book drops it done to good not great. Trying to give an honest report. The good, I had 12 animals done and these are the two bad parts. The communication was excellent, the time frame, the rest of the work, the price, the packing and they made changes to the horns after I saw completed pictures. African Taxidermy likes to paint the horns, I had asked them not to from the beginning. They went and took the paint off the first few animals that they showed me. They could have just as easily not done it and shipped it as is. African Shipping Services took care of the Namibia export and shipping. Again communication was exactly although the export permit from Namibia took awhile. Coppersmith took care of importing and delivery. Again great communication. I would use and recommend all three. For those that want to know it took us about three weeks to get the export permit, three weeks to get on a plane and arrive at JFK. Landed on 3/22 and on 3/28 was notified that USF&W wanted to physically inspect. Cleared on 4/10, same day notification from Coppersmith and delivered to my house yesterday at 12PM, by 4:30 they were all up. Kings Taxidermy drills a 1 1/4 hole in the back and screws in a heavy 1/4 steel bar above to hang the trophies. I replaced all of them with THE NOOSE hangers. I put pictures of the animal and us in the field next to each mount with a brass plaque (also one on the back) that states who took the animal with Namibia, 2016. As I look on the wall, I now realize I have some room left! Sorry for the picture quality but it is a cell phone camera.