What do you do when you have a customer give you something of value, and it just happens to be the day you were going to leave the bill in the mailbox? 2 weeks ago, a customer asked me to till up his garden (10' x 6'), asked how much, i said don't worry about it, i'll do it real quick with the shovel and cultivator. He was very appreciative, and it only took me 10 minutes. I do little freebie's like that. Today, I was going to leave the bill for the month, and he brings out an used but in great shape RC Gas trainer plane, completely built minus servos. This guys been flying for a long time and he talked me into the hobby over the winter, and he was excitied to give it to me. the value of the plane is well over $125, and his monthly bill is $70. I love the plane, but I didn't ask for the plane, and can use the money, but didn't want to seem ungrateful. He also said he would meet me at the field to teach me. A real nice guy, wife died over the summer last year. Do I eat the small amount of money, or bill? It's not only the money, Would that send a wrong message in doing future business?