I know what you mean.. I mean I like the job and it's great money, I have more work than I can handle by myself, I have turned down well over 30 contracts this season, simply because I don't "need" them. I plan on hiring people in the winter to slowly train to my specs and then picking up new clients for next year. I want to stop at 100 contracts. And I know I can do it. I could have it now if I didn't turn people down. I don't lowball either! But for me, I want to get established customers and long term employees who I really trust, then I'm gonna "hand" the business to them and go after my dream of being a State Trooper. I've calculated everything, I could work as a Trooper and let them do the yards and still bring home $700 a week in MY pocket, and still pay them good money, pay taxes, then put away a little for strictly business expenses. I've always wanted to be a State Trooper but there's just not enough money in it for all I want to do in life, so I hope to do run a crew and work for the state at the same time..