The reason I enjoyed building my home with Mike was because he made it so much fun.
A number of questions came up, of course, decisions had to be made and so often I was impressed with the intelligent choices I was given. Mike has such a wide scope of knowledge of the materials used in his homes.
I was surprised at his remembvering minute details. Things I may have mentioned early on and then I forgot but he didn't.
I've had more fun telling the story of one thing that happened. I was at the point of pulling my hair out over picking a front door. The glass ones were so pretty but so expensive and would you want half glass or full glass and after all it was one of the first things people would see--and then Mike asked "What does your best friends front door look like"? And I looked at him and said "I don't have a clue" and he said "My point exactly". Worked like a charm. (Actually we went through this process on a number of choices.)
I ended up with a solid door because when privacy was brought into the discussion I didn't like the possibility of people seeing in even if it was just my shadow and it made me feel safer.
All and all I'd do it again in a heartbeat!