Wondering if it's a plus to put a picture of your truck and trailer on the website? Flyers can be limited for space however a small picture of what looks to NOT be a old rusty beater might help bring in more calls. I have my doubts about lining up your equipment for a website. Here at lawnsite.com we might care what stuff you have but Homeowner Joe or Homemaker Mary could probably care less about your new ZTR or your new Quick 36. This invokes a level of prejudice however many of us judge by appearances to some degree. It's a fact. Granted a pic of a rusty Datsun B210 with an equally rusty beater 21 inch mower hanging out the trunk will not help acquire new clients. One LCO I'm aware of has a website that says, ". . . we offer a value based service with a professional image that wont make you cringe when we pull into your driveway". For example we had an sub electrician show up at our place once with a pealing paint beater looking Dodge Dakota and sure enough "Beater and Sons" did crummy low end work ugly work. I also wonder about pictures of self and family? Thoughts?