There was some initial miscommunication about the size of the new shower. The tile installers poured a 36" X 36" pad for the new shower floor, when it was supposed to 43" X 44". Fortunately, I caught the mistake that evening, and the original pad was removed and a new one was built to the proper dimensions. There were several other issues. The plumber got pipe joint compound inside of the new line to the showerhead, and when I turned on the water after installing the new valve cover, the showerhead immediately clogged up. I had to dig out the pipe joint compound with toothpicks and clean up the mess on the shower floor with acetone. Also, the glass installers did not properly seal the bottom of the glass with silicon on one side, and I had to reseal that. The drywall installer did not repair a section of the wall at the bottom of the archway even after pointing that out to him, so I had to complete that, as well as mix up a batch of tile grout and finish grouting between the wall tile and the drywall. Otherwise, the finished product looks great, and I am enjoying my new shower.