We recently had a two-day river raft trip with these guys, and it was a wonderful experience. We almost ran into a hiccup when the area received some unseasonably intense rain a day or two before we got there, and the guides decided it was not safe to start our trip on the scheduled date. Fortunately this float was a part of a much longer trip that we were on, so we were able to adjust our schedule to stick around and see if the river looked any better the next day. Incidentally, the guides gave us some recommendations for activities in the area while we waited on the river conditions, and we wound up going on a day-long hiking and waterfall sightseeing trip on a scenic drive up to Crater Lake, so even our unexpected delay day turned out to be something really cool that we didn't have scheduled.
Anyway, the company was very accommodating to us, offering to refund our trip, refund it partly and let us to a one-day float, or to just let us stick around and see if we could get the full two-day deal out of it, which we did the next day.
The section of the Rogue River these guys have access to is really phenomenal. Big mountains and tons of wildlife, and about 25 mi of the float was in a federally-protected where no development was allowed, and the number of people allowed in was strictly limited, so it was really remote and beautiful and untarnished. We saw a bald eagle and several deer before we were barely out of sight of the place where our boat launched, and in fact we saw so much wildlife that I jokingly asked our guide if someone was perhaps letting the animals out of a cage when the boats floated by. Our guide Jeff (and presumably all of the rest of them) was very knowledgeable about the plants and wildlife along the way, and the history of the river itself. He was extremely adept and picking out wildlife that we might happen by, and we wound up seeing a ton while we were out there, including a couple of bears.
Our guide also realized quickly that I was in it for the photographs primarily, and really worked to accommodate me in that, even rowing against the river current at points so that we could have a few extra moments to photograph things such as wildlife, and the many waterfalls that empty into the river's side.
They also had a full setup for us in a supply boat, so that each time we would stop, they would set up collapsible tables and chairs, and fixed lunches for us each day. We also stayed at a lodge on the river (built before the development restrictions) that was arranged as a part of our float trip - it was an incredible experience in itself, but I've written a lengthy review for that elsewhere, so I'll not go on about that.
I really came away with a good impression of this business, feeling that they were very determined to make our experience enjoyable, and yet keeping things safe at the same time. It was a really great time.