So when people in the industry say "you should be making around X amount of dollars in revenue per hour", does that mean solo or a crew? Lets pretend the industry average is $100 an hour, gross revenue. (Yes I am using an outrageous number to not let the thread go to a dollar amount argument). Let s say that I am a newbie in a metropolitan area. I want to serve the entire metro area so I start from the beginning doing that to get that brand recognition rolling. I am obviously losing a bit due to the dreaded "windshield time". I know this will improve over time. Anyway, lets say Im only making $75 an hour in gross revenue. Should I be disappointed? Should I assume my pricing is too low? OR by next year when its a crew (2) and I know that will bump up the revenue per hour to $100, thats whats important? This boils down to me questioning my pricing. I want to have everything worked out by next year. This season is going great but want to fix as much as I can NOW.