Reading about the property sizes you guys south of the 49th parallel cut amazes me. I routinely read about your 50,000ft and up residential lawns. A lot of you give your customers lawn sizes in number of acres and not square feet! 80% of the Canadian population lives within 200km of the U.S. border and the Golden Horseshoe region of Ontario (where I am) is the most densely populated in the country. We've got subdivisions here of $300,000+ homes on 2,500sq.ft. lots. That's LOT size mind you, not turf area. Our average residential home has around 4,000ft of grass, I can only dream of cutting properties like a lot of you have. Who needs commercial clients when your residentials have more grass than do major corporations and shopping malls up here?!?