Well, I have thought about this many times before, and this is one of the reasons that I turn down a lot of industrial bids. It is tailored too much around their needs and the things that they ask or don't ask is horrible. For example, I received an invitation for a bid today in the mail. There were a couple of things that kind of threw me off. First of all, they only wanted 1 fall clean up. Second of all, they only wanted the landscaping beds weeded and shrubs pruned twice a year, only 2 lawn fertilizations, all clippings are to be bagged, trees pruned in June (????), the fall clean up can not take place until 90% of the leaves have fallen, and they want umbrella insurance as well. I would like to submit a revised bid sheet to them and tell them what they want and what they need. Because I feel that by doing their way it will affect my image. What do you guys think 1. Revise it? 2. Just go for it like it is? 3. Don't submit a bid or a revised bid?