I obtained these panels from a company called Sun Electronics out of Miami Florida at $0.78/watt, which is a very good deal. I payed about $1900 (with freight) for 10 panels at 2100 watts. I should have bought 10 more at least now that i think about it. The panels took several weeks to arrive but i was patient, especially at that price. These are Evergreen ESE 210W panels that are rated to work with Enphase Microinverter systems.
I formulated a plan to mount these and asked a friend to assist on probably the coldest sunday of the year, but hey, i was anxious to get them on the mounts. Unfortunately he was running late so i got to work on my own.
I first installed the Enphase M215 microinverters which i found online for $150 a piece with free shipping. I bought 10 to match my number of panels. These are very nicely built with good efficiency ratings to boot and they have a 25 year warranty, which matches the warranty on the panels. So this system is built to last!
Once i felt strongly the first panel was squared up and in place i began adding panels.