Not at all. You're no different than anyone else who doesn't do this as a serious hobby or profession. You have as much experience with my software applications as I have with your lawn applications. Sure, we can all learn to do it, or have it explained to us and give it our best shot, but we all recognize the vast number of factors that can weigh-in to each "application". I will say that anyone who puts together a web package that is based on number of pages is doing so in an antiquated way as it means very little. What is a "page"? A gallery page of your previous work is a very different effort level than a page that has your contact info and a map to your offices. If I say it's $250 to add each additional page, as an a la carte item, it doesn't make good business sense for either of us due to the unknowns. Each web project should be looked at as "what you really need and what's the total cost going to be". I would guess it's been at least 10 years since I've billed anyone via the pages method.