This is in response to another mulch job thread. I just did this 8 yard mulch job (probably more like 9 or 10 yards really, the place loads me heavy). There are some existing problems with these beds that I had to work around. For one, there's fabic under the mulch. On the large bed, there had previously been poly edging that was standing up pretty proud and had fallen over, so the customer removed it. The problem is now the beds are a bit too steep at the edges. In order to flatten them a bit I'd either have to remove the fabric and regrade the beds or extend them out, neither of which was in the scope of the job. So I just dug the soil from the edges and disposed of it rather than put it in the beds and make the problem worse. Also, the turf is kind of clumpy, so even if you get a nice edge, it doesn't look like it because you have tufts of grass hanging over the edge. Not to mention lots and lots of rocks...I'd make a mess trying to dig them out. Anyway, this is a basic mulch job for me for a fairly low profile property up in the woods. I don't get super picky but still try to make it look nice. For those from the other thread, this is what I'd call 90%. No, it's not up to PerfectEarths quailty, but I'm sure the customer will be delighted with both the product and the price.