ALMOST.... I gave a proposal to a long term customer for a bunch of different projects on her property - both hardscape and softscape projects. One of the items was to build a little 60 sq. ft. simple rectangle shaped paver landing / patio. I submitted the proposal to her and she said she wanted to go ahead with all of the itemized projects on my proposal, including this small landing / patio. Once I arrived at the house I realized I had made an error in my proposal and added a whole extra day of labor into that part of the proposal. So it came out to almsot $43 per. sq. ft. for a very simple paver pad with hardly any cutting. And she was ready to pay that price. But my conscience wouldn't let me do it. It was tempting, I gotta say. Afterall, she had already agreed to pay the price I had quoted her. But I couldn't do it in good conscience. So I told her of the error and corrected my proposal before we signed the contract. We're still getting paid well for it. $22 per sq. ft., in fact. But that's all I could let myself get away with. I sure would have liked to make that much more $$ though...... Just wouldn't have been the right thing to do, though. Gotta do the right thing. .