I recently had an ancient .243 Sako rebarreled, rebedded and blued by Graham and Chris at Rhino Rifles and they've done an excellent job at almost half the price I was quoted elsewhere. Also I had the rifle back in just over a month rather than the interminable wait at Border Barrels and elsewhere.
Nothing was too small a job for them and the rifle is shooting half inch and often less groups with all my reloads. My biggest factory group was the 105gr GECO and that was still inside an inch. Spot on service and communication and an excellent job. The blueing is lustrous and thick - I have a brand new rifle, though it was originally made in about 1968.
I chose a Pac-Nor medium sporter profile barrel and what I cannot get over is the tangible difference in steel between it and factory rifles I've used. Even just tapping the barrel you can hear the difference. The bore is gleaming and smooth all the way through. Cleaning the rifle is such a doddle, though the barrel seems to pick up very little copper fouling.
Graham recommended the Jet-Z Compact moderator and he was right, it's far better than my previous T8 and PES moderators. Smaller and lighter too and doesn't seem to suffer rust problems. Really solid little moderator. Also there isn't that "ring" you get with T8s.
I've been down the riflesmith road several times before and came away feeling shafted and sore, but Rhino Rifles have done a great job for me. If I'd heard of them before I would have saved myself a lot of money and heartache over the years.