Do you guys think that 2 companies that want the same account should argue with each other over business? I'll admit that I don't like to be under bid (no one does), it has happened to me many times, but I understand that we all do what we have to do, to put food on the table. With the saturation of lawn companies in my area, many of the lco's are starting to take it personal and when I say personal, I mean they want to fight! I had a run in with a company owner of a very large operation this past year and he would say or do any thing to P%^& me off. This kind of stuff makes me sick, and makes it real hard to not make it personal, I felt like shoving his weedeater up his A%^. I believe that any company (large or small) should be treated with respect by their peers, even if we don't like them. Competition seperates the men from the boys and is what makes or breaks a business, only the smart and strong will survive the test of competition, I hope that as we all grow in size that we don't forget where we started. As business owners we should find alternate ways of dealing with competition. business is like a chess game and I just wanted to put things in check! What do you think?