It is an expensive place, but most things are catered for (food etc), apart from the odd meal and snacks for the longer travel days (to and from the airport)
If you like a drink, make sure to get some at the airport before you fly out.
The accommodation is far better than mentioned in the trip notes. You feel that you are in someones home really.
The glacier walk was a "payable option", which was not clear in the trip notes I had, but not a problem.
We experienced delays in flights and lost luggage on our trip. I am told that direct flights are available to Bergen from Gatwick. Not sure why these are not an option/preferred option.
Fair bit of driving involved, with 16 of us (plus driver) in a mini-bus. It took us approx 5-6 hours to get from Bergen to our base at Nes Gard (including the ferry ride and lunch stop).
A good bit of driving required to get from our base to the start of the walks.
Some great Mountain Huts (well impressive inside). It would be nice to incorporate a stop over in one of these during the trip (ie from a drop off point, end up at the hut, stay the night, and next day set off to another pick up point).