Ok installed my Bajarack over the weekend as well and just wanted to give a quick review:
Communication with Sergio was excellent, price was excellent (even better since I got in on the pre-increase special), availability and shipping was excellent (arrived much sooner than I anticipated), packaging was excellent (heavy duty hardware, everything was labeled great, protected great, no damage at all), the build quality is excellent.
Here's the skinny. Shipping took less than a week (all the way to the far east coast), got everything unpackaged and let me say this rack is huge and completely dwarfs the factory setup. As the directions suggested I did not have a "friend" available to help so I tackled this myself so I changed the setup order slightly. I installed the hardware and then lifted the rack up to the roof a section at a time and assembled it up on the roof. Had a slight problem getting the rear section lined up but I think this was mostly due to only having one set of hands. A pair of vise grips and all was good. The connections I feel are very sturdy and heavy duty and I am pleased and impressed that like some racks the sections don't just slide together end over end. Install was very easy and straight forward and the directions were very clear. The fact that I have side steps were a huge bonus (but still a bit rough on these broken down knees getting up and down often). Very pleased! If you are considering this rack get it now!
Pros: Lots of storage space, heavy duty, great company to deal with, great commo, high quality, ease of install (btw although I am handy with a wrench, I am a skirt and was still able to intall this alone).
Con: Only one...I no longer fit in my garage between the rack and the lift...
By the way, are shorter mounts available? I'm like maybe a 1/2"-3/4" away from getting in the garage and really would love to be able to, especially during east coast winters. Otherwise I may have to remove the rack during the winter.
Thanks Sergio and the whole Bajarack crew!