Thanks for the input! I prob should have mentioned a few other background issues with this job...the biggest issue, and the main reason the customer wants everything re-done, is DEER! they are horrible in that area and will walk right up to the house and eat the plants. So I was trying to use plants that they will stay away from. I agree with you on the grouping, and theres a LOT going on there. My original design had more grouping with it, and less plants. I didn't even have the korean boxwoods in there at all, and just had the azaleas with the dwarf alberta spruces at the corners. I also had more blue star junipers in the front row alternating with only 2 types of flowers instead of 3. In the front bed separate of the house, I also did not like the idea of having the 2 hollys there, as I thought it took away from the landscaping around the house. The 2 hollys and the burning bush on the far right are to kind of hide a fence thats there, and they wanted 1 burning bush somewhere so thats where I stuck it. As I mentioned, this has been a long time planning, and there were many revisions made to the plans at the customer's request. One unique thing thats NOT dictated in the 3D pictures, is the day lilies that I'm going to be using. My neighbor is a gene-ologist (idk if thats the technical term lol) for one of the nations top cancer research institutes in the county located here, and as a side hobby he cross-breeds day lilies to pretty much whatever you could dream up. I've used some of his "custom" plants before with great success, so he has some plants I'll be using for this job which will have a nice light pink and magenta flower that I think will go real nice with the azaleas as well as the colors of the house. There will also be some pink/red hanging baskets up around the front porch that are also not included in the design. Heres a picture of what the house actually looks like and what I'll be working with. This is one great thing about having a program like this, because I took my laptop over there a few times and went over the design with them and changed things around and did different combinations of things. They had a few really horrible ideas that they were REALLY sold on, and I knew it wasn't going to look good, and bringing the computer over there and doing it up their way really showed them that it would have been a huge mistake. So what you see above is what they finally settled on....am I happy with the design? Not entirely, but I'm happy because the customer loves it. As mentioned before, there were a few things they wanted to do that put my foot down and flat out said no I'm not doing that but overall I think the design will work with the home.