High Line Billiards is just an importer of these pool tables from Asia. Any factory over there will slap any name on them the buyer wants. Woods are low in quality and the manufacturing processes are not as "tight" as you would get at a factory like Olhausen, etc.
The US distributors created a website for High Line Billiards pool tables and advertise a "suggested retail price" which is WAY inflated e.g. $6000, $7800, etc. Then, depending on the model, then say "it is on sale now for $3000 or whatever to make you think you are getting a bargain.
Lots of bad reviews online as well. This one is from an independent pool table installer who installed a High Line Billiards table (as told by the customer):
He liked the brackets that held the legs and sides together as they are metal (some people prefer wood but he liked these). The screws that hold the slate to the table are not as large as what he is used to using. The skirt of the table is not wood. We had been told the whole table was all wood and this was not true on my particular model (the tapered leg model). Because of that, we did get a refund of some of our money because of this "bait and switch". On some of the more expensive models, they are all wood but be careful! The rails are very nice and the bumpers are very good. The Simonis cloth is great and it comes with nice cues and Aramith balls. We paid about $1500 for the table (not including installation) and the installer felt that overall, it was a good buy.
And this bit of advice for those looking for High Line pool table reviews:
I am very familiar with this company, and I suggest you stay away from these guys. They are just importing white-label generic Chinese pool tables and calling them Highline Billiards. You can find those exact same tables online in hundreds of different websites. The guys at highline billiards set up "dealers" in different areas to sell these pool tables but they are nothing more than one-man operations based out of storage units and garages. These "dealers" are here today and gone tomorrow. Trust me, I have seen this first hand way too many times. They even went as far as to put up a website that has grossly over exaggerated pricing so that the "dealers" prices would look like great bargains.
I have also heard from several folks that Asian pool table manufacturers use low quality wood under the slate and the pool tables are known to sag after several months because of that.