I like Ed Donofrio. In addition to being a full time career home inspector, he is a structural and mechanical engineer from the Naval Academy. (I don't know of any other inspectors that are structural and mechanical engineers). He's never told any of my clients to call in another kind of inspector to take a closer look at (for example) and HVAC or a structural issue, etc. He is professional and thorough; and he explains to buyer how to use the equipment they have, how to maintain it, etc. He usually has one of his assistants (one of his young adult sons) who is given the task of checking every window, every outlet, every light switch, every "little" thing that doesn't require a great deal of knowledge or skill to check - just the time... and they literally check every part in the house. They also do not do a "roof" inspection from the ground like many inspectors, they climb up to the roof, and onto it if necessary, do to their physical inspection. If you have any arguments from the sellers about whether a repair needs to be done or how, he is there to talk with them and help support you in your efforts. And, most of all, he's never advised my clients on what they can/can't do under their contract - he knows he's not the agent and has not seen the contract; but I've had other inspectors who like to tell the buyer what they can or should do under a contract and sometimes (especially with bank owned properties, short sales, etc.) someone without knowledge of the transaction specifics can give very BAD advise.
For all this, he is priced within the "normal" range, never more than $25 more than any other inspector any of my clients have ever used.
His contact information is on my web page on the SERVICE PROVIDERS page. Best of luck to you!