I first of all want to point out that I'm posting this quote because I lack the sufficient knowledge of geothermal systems to make sense of all the fantastic data provided in this quote. I can shop quotes myself, so that's not the reason I'm posting. This installer (whose name I will not post on this site) has been great to work with so far and has been very thorough and enthusiastic about what he does. A few reasons why I'm posting this quote. 1. Does this quote look thorough to you professionals? 2. Is the load calculated correctly (oversized/undersized)? 3. Does the price seem reasonable (again, not asking to shop quotes, but if it is reasonable for the proposed work and loop configuration)? Background information: This is going to be a 2,031 square foot new construction ranch home in a rural location near Canton/Akron, Ohio. I'm becoming more educated in geothermal systems and have had a lot of trouble finding another installer in my area that knows what they are talking about and can back up the sizing of their system. Also, this same installer that provided this quote gave me the option of cutting cost by using a well (we need to have a well in our location) to use an open loop design. He made it sound like the exiting water from the system would be returned to the well as opposed to being dumped elsewhere. I've researched closed loops a lot more than open loops, but if you had the option and the correct flow rates/water quality in your well which would you choose? Thanks for all the information and insight you can provide. My goal is to become more educated so I can make the right decision. This is going to be a lifelong home for my family.