I've used them twice, 6-7 years ago for rear brake lines for my Mach 1, sent me the wrong lines twice....they did finally get it right. I decided to give them another chance and just recently bought a complete brake line kit for my 65 fastback, they told me they had the "perfect" kit. Half the lines fit perfect, the others were terrible. I talked to their customer service and they told me they have sold hundreds of these kits with no complaints. I sent them pictures of the lines and how they should be routed, it wasn't even close. They told me to bend them to fit, which I did. One of the other lines was 6 inches too long, I tried to make it work and ended up breaking it, I sent it to them in the proper configuration and they made me a new line, but it looks like it was bent by hand....not impressed with them and wouldn't order again.
Thats the great thing about these car forums , we get to get real life experience feed back about things. I like many are tired of trail and error , I want the right product and no excuses or I go else where.
Hope there are others who can weight in on this.
I purchased a complete set of lines from the Right Stuff years ago for my old 67 GT500. They fit good as far as the bends being correct, but I had leaks at several of the flare nut fittings. I could not get them to seal no matter how hard I tried and had to cut them off and make new flares myself. They were stainless steel lines if it makes a difference.