I know someone had a list on here, about how many acres each mower could technically cut per hour. I remember seeing #s of wide open 4acres, 6acres, 7acres for 72" decks. I started a lawn today for the season, i thought i bid low and then the customer stated i bid exactly what theyre current company charged last year. So i offered it for $115. The lawn has a 1/2 mile driveway and i cut 4-5 paths on one side and 2 on the other. Im using my Ferris 27hp kohler engine/61" deck and running 95-100% full throttle. I only had to go slower around some big bumps and a couple large trees, basically the country property is all open. If i had this thing cooking for 1hr 30minutes almost on the dot until i parked it back on the trailer, how much acerage is that? Im guessing its about 2.5-3acres but it could be closer to 4+.. I wouldnt negate my contract with this customer for this year but for $115 it took me 1.5hrs just of pure mowing and then theres trimming around a house thats 135' long and 50' deep with 3 decks and a fully fenced in pool area AND trimming IN the pool area because theres about 300sq ft of grass INSIDE the pool area i do by trimmer. The house is only a year old, and theres some ROUGH bumps, i mean im struggling to hold on to the machine at half speed 5~ mph. Im hoping maybe theyll have me take care of the ruts, dead grass areas and a dead tree and reseeding in the front. NONE of the grass was so tall i had to slow down, i could basically mow right through 3-4" of heavier grass in some spots too. Why isnt this lawn worth more? Possibly the customer is just fully BSing me over my $125 quote and settling for $115.