Looking for stellar premium WordPress theme - preferably using bootstrap framework

I am looking for a stellar premium WordPress theme - preferably using bootstrap framework. I've downloaded a few free WP bootstrap themes -they all seem a bit buggy or the drop downs are messy or the slider doesn't work well in responsive.

I'm looking for a really nice responsive theme where the mobile navigation works well (with a hamburger menu) the desktop drop downs look good, a responsive slider, etc.

I'm hoping a premium theme will be less buggy than the free versions. It doesn't have to use the bootstrap framework, but I am looking for that functionality, 12 column grid, etc.

Thanks in advance for recommendations.

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Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
I like Divi.
Lots of options, can usually get the look you want.


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phillystyle123Author Commented:
I'm actually perusing Divi now - the only issue I've got with it is the mobile menu. You can't expand and collapse the sub menus.

i.e. look at the dropdowns in the mobile menu here:

Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Divi is great.  

Are you looking for something that's already got a bit of polish to it, or a bootstrap implementation as a WordPress theme that's barebones and you'll customize from there.
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phillystyle123Author Commented:
Well I think I've settled on divi even though I think the mobile nav leaves something to be desired-specifically that the dropdowns aren't collapsible -I've used a few bootstrap themes that I've had mixed results with-is there a stand out that you'd recommend?
Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
I use the Genesis framework and I've found that this guy created a very nice white-label bootstrap theme for it:


It's very plain out of the box, though.
phillystyle123Author Commented:
Love both themes-looking 4ward to trying the bootstrap one-thanks !!
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