Here is our situation. All commercial customers. All are priced per visit for plowing and salting. Ie. If I have to salt three times during a day, I get paid for each of the three salt apps. Same goes for plowing. Seasonal contracts are almost non-existant here, and only a very select few properties will even consider them. If Magic salt, I may only have to salt one time on a property, compared to two or three times with conventional salt. Also, if I salt the lot today, and we get another inch or so over night, I may not have to apply magic the next morning. That is, if it works as advertised, and I don't have any reason to believe that it does not. So, here is my question? How can I justify the cost of the magic? I MIGHT, and that is a big might be able to upsell it to my customers, charging a little more for it when compared to regular salt. It seems that if I use magic on my lots, I will possibly cut the number of times that I service an account. I understnd that I may not have to use as much salt if I use the magic, but can I really use that much less salt to justify the cost of the magic, and the potential loss of additional salting oppertunities? As I understand it, the MAgic may be great in a seasonal situation, where you get paid a fixed amount. If you can eliminate a salting trip, or eliminate the need to plow, then it is more $$$ for you. I just can't seem to justify it.