It seems to me that if you cut without a contract and without seasonal pricing the customer wants you to skip cuts. They will try to tell you your business and that the grass does not really grow till the middle of May and stops in August for the year. So following that theory you might only have a cutting window of 12-14 weeks of cutting for a PITA of course. Now if you have seasonal pricing and it's in a contract, they all the sudden want you there every week, whether it needs it or not, they want to feel they are getting there moneys worth. And if they are a PITA they probably want you there more than what your contracted for. I guess it's all in who your customers are and how they would like you to take care of their property.