I know these type of questions can be tiresome, but my search did not yield the results I was seeking. This is related to a question I had in November, http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=35738 The client did did decide he wanted a retaining wall, and he wants the Belgard Celtic wall. The dimensions will be one wall at approximately 60 linear feet, and two feet high, on a slope, and a second wall behind it approximately 25 linear feet, and 1 foot high. Given the slope (it slopes down and then turns back up into the hill around the corner of the house), I estimate approximately 110 square feet of face above grade. I figured I'd order 132 sq/ft face of material, plus 90 linear feet of cap, and 6 tons of base and backfill (plus adhesive, drain tile, fabric). Am I far off here? Also, pricing: I know this product is expensive, but I frankly don't know what is considered a fair margin. I don't normally do walls, but I figure I should (theoretically) be able to complete this in two or three days. If I come to him and say $4200, is this reasonable, too low, too high? To me, I wouldn't want to pay that much for a wall like this. One other thing, I'm looking for less-expensive alternatives and could use some suggestions. Previous posts suggested Keystone (too big) and Anchor. Any others? The Anchor product is available at a local discount home supply, and I'm concerned about the appearance of charging a premium price and using a product that may be associated with the low end (I'm not saying Anchor is low end. Do you understand what I mean?). Any help is appreciated, as I am to present the quote to the client this week..