Re: Detailed Estimate?
No, you're not being paranoid! Estimates should be as detailed as possible so that when you look at them you know every detail is included as well as be able to compare it to other estimates for the same work. DO NOT take what isn't there for granted, if it's not in writing, then the contractor is under no obligation, other than his word, that it will be supplied. In the unlikely event that legal action is necessary, you will only be able to claim what was in writing.
Ask the contractor to revise the estimate with ALL discussed options included and outlined. If they do so willingly, then it's a relatively safe bet that the contractor is honest and trustworthy. If they whine and complain about it and/or flat out refuse, then this is a HUGE indicator that you need to run from them like your hair was on fire. Above all, trust your gut instincts.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!