I'm still busy with working on marketing and some other things for the season and haven't fully looked over the sheet. I would say that your figures on crew production would be off from others here based on what the difference is in the equipment they are using etc. I know there's another similar bidding software out there that shows the "industry average" for crew members using particular pieces of equipment while performing each task( mowing, edging, weeding, blowing etc) and they use those numbers in their formulas to come up with rates. I'm not sure if you could incorp something like that into our spread sheet or not? Although, in the other program they tell you not to use the industry labor data as a strick guide but to time your own empoyees and see how long it takes them to complete each task. I guess I'm just trying to those who have your spread sheet should only use your numbers as a guide only. If you want to grow this and market the program I believe you should clarify how exactly you came up with how long it takes your crew of 2 to service a 30 acre property by breaking down their time/equipment piece/task(edging per linear foot, mowing per sqft, blowing off a parking area/sqft etc, etc...) Really thought the detail on how many crew members you determined to perform a job worked out! I tried the same experiment back in the 90's and it was amazing seeing how much more efficient/profitable a 2 man crew was over a 3-5 man crew! The more employees.....more windshield, standing around, and chatting time wasted off the important bottom line! Sorry for the long post!