Thanks everyone. I do know what you all mean about growing to quickly. It happened to me my second year in business. I was 17 with a legit business. I was still in highschool and maintained 32 yards. The previous year I had only 7 yards. The year I had 17 i was up at 4 am two days a week mowing a 7 acre school. I would mow from 4.30 until 7. I would then go home shower and go to school, and then that evening i would mow until dark. I was overloaded. I know that i can handle 45 yards with out any problem. Here most yards are every other week so that only equates to 23 yards a week. I know it won't likely work like that. I know i can get up to 25 yards with ease, but that isn't what I want. My goal is to go full time in the 2012 season and sevice 80 yards or more. I do not want to get over 100 yards ever. Once I get to that point I would want to focus on more landscaping. I have a younger cousin who is just as meticulous as I and an older brother that is a hard worker but doesn't pay as close attention as I would like. These two together work really well. Last season i turned them loose on a landscape job and it was done as scheduled and budgeted. So I can handle the growth with out a problem. I also understand it isn't a good thing to get into alot of debt with equipment purchases. I have seen this in other companies around town. The only reason i want two is because i absolutely love walkers but i don't want the hassle of having to swap decks back and forth. Plus as of now i have 2 drops with 3 yards and another drop with 5 yards. So having multiple machines going at once is a benefit. We did so year before last and it worked out excellent. Is there anything that anyone would change or anything that anyone this i should add?