Quick background...I do about 8-9k a month (12 months/year) full-service maintenance and another 10k + monthly with misc new construction, irrigation installs/repair, mulch, plantings etc...but I've only got one truck (06 F-250 CrewCab). I end up hauling four guys around with me all day doing a ton of 10-15k sq/ft residential accounts 3 days each week...dropping them off with a trailer full of gear for an install another 2-3 days each week and trying to find time in between for those countless little misc items that need to be done weekly...busted irrigation head, spot-spray fungicide, install/maint quote etc...I KNOW this is inefficient and it's driving me nuts! I've got a great set-up (gear-wise) for the maintenance side of my business...and nothing for landscaping/irrigation. I'm ready to make a step up to an additional crew...will 100k get me started? And how would you guys spend the money knowing now what you wish you knew then? I have enough work scheduled for the next two months for an additional crew and finding enough billable hours for more guys/gear has never been a concern. My thoughts are...3 acres for dumping/future shop (no more wasted time at the landfill or making quick trips to supply houses for pine straw or bulk mulch...I'd get 2-3 thousand bales dropped in the spring and keep 100+ yards of single-hammered hardwood around as well)...and besides, I didn't work my butt off to get into a 350K house just to have a bunch of gear stuck out back along with the carcasses of a half dozen dead shrubs I haven't found time to haul to the dump from last month's renovation...Also, either an F-350 or Isuzu NPR (leaning heavily NPR) with landscape body...and then perhaps a Toro Dingo with auger, trencher and bucket...what do you all think? Obviously I need help...I'm too busy and trying to do too much with one truck. If getting too much work was the problem and you wanted to spread the load onto a second crew how would you spend the cash? FYI...should have mentioned this is NOT hypothetical.