Older gentleman stopped in our office. Owns 8 acres. 3 homes on it. His house, his son's house, and his daughter's house, and all are allergic to poison ivy. It's a beautiful property here in Saylor township with scenic views, rolling hills, and lots of native trees. He drove me around on his golf cart so I could see exactly what I was getting into. How to price it: Normally I use a shurflo (electric) backpack with flat fan nozzle for poison ivy jobs. (I was figuring about $800) But this was a different situation >> 1) huge area (I preferred not to walk it) 2) the need to spray 10 - 15 feet into vegetation in order to spray all the poison ivy (cone nozzle would be best) 3) I wanted to give this man the best price I could, and still wiping out the poison ivy with just one treatment. So after riding on his golf cart, a thought came to me...... Why not use a T3000 ???? duh It was such a simple solution, it almost went over my head cuz I was used to the traditional method. Result: I'm going to do this poison ivy job this coming week with a T3000. Price: $400. Anybody else ever use a stand-on sprayer for poison ivy spraying???