The time has come to redo my bathroom. Almost everything needs to be replaced. I don't plan on doing any of this myself. If I had an expert over my shoulder like in the TV shows - then yes I would work on it. Otherwise, I would just screw it up. I had someone from Home Depot services come out to give me a free estimate. I have a good idea of what I want to do structurally, but when he started going on about tile, porcelain, ceramic, travertine, marble, slate, and then the different man made materials - my head was about to explode. Also I just can't "see" the colors properly and cannot decide what colors the floor tile, wall, shower tile, vanity cabinet, and vanity counter top should be. I went to Home Depo Expo and I started looking at the myriad of products and then I had to leave because I was getting a headache. I am now in a state of paralysis by analysis. I really don't want to plan this out with an sales expert again because they will be pushy and want me to start on Monday when I don't know exactly what I want. I wanted to go with a name brand - either Home Depot services or Home Depot Expo - because they have a powerful brand name behind them in case something goes wrong. Previously, they replaced my carpeting, hot water heater, and a sink incinerator - which went fine. The first estimate that I got from HDS seemed high to me. About 18K for the high grade material and the lower grade material was 14K. To all of those who know my pain, how should I go about accomplishing this bathroom renovation?