He didn't ask for this testimonial, but I offered to do it because the service he provides has been excellent. It's a partnership, of course... The winning combination is someone who knows the details of my current hosting situation (me) and someone who knows all the ins and outs of a) migrating web properties and b) AWS (@fly). I run my sites as a hobby, and so I have a "regular job" which keeps me from working on it during normal hours -- @fly is flexible, available, and supportive of your schedule. Even if you know some things about migrations and AWS, the reality is that having someone to compare notes with ("the reason you're getting that error is because you forgot to put a "." at the end of the DNS record) is pretty invaluable. I'm definitely novice so the service was highly valuable for me... if I tried to self-learn, it would have taken WAY longer and I probably would have given up.
Importantly, I am saving a LOT of money by having made the switch. @fly's services are reasonably priced... and when you're done, he offers up some tidy documentation and you're off and on your way. So, basically -- if you're thinking about moving to AWS, I highly recommend reaching out to @fly.