Hacienda, which I believe is a fairly new company, has "downsized" and wasn't offering any new leases as of January 2015. I received a letter from them dated 1/19/15 that "rescinded" all in-progress lease offers--*after* they had filed (at the Okfuskee courthouse) a lease I signed with them in November 2014. I assumed they wanted to rescind that lease, because I hadn't yet received a bonus check. That's not a good practice, to file a lease before paying the bonus. I tried to contact company head Jason Lowry several times by phone and email during January and February, and didn't get a reply. Finally, after sending a rather threatening email in early March, he replied by phone. We did get the bonus check, but it was sent a couple of months later than most companies send bonus checks.
Oddly enough, Hacienda is now looking to *buy* mineral interest; I got another call from Lowry last week--he said they want to "become a participant" in Okfuskee. I told him we aren't selling.
Hacienda caused me some nervousness I'm not used to in the leasing process, and I'd be cautious in dealing with them.
The contact person I've spoken to for our lease and producing tract with Scissortail, John Findley, has been very helpful, and Scissortail appears to be an established company.