I got a call from a customer I did a small planter wall for this fall. I picked up the job doing two larger waterfront walls down the street. At that time, this customer asked me to bid a large waterfront wall for her as well. Wall is fairly complex in nature -- 8 or more courses, geogrid requirements, waterfront application, arcs and curves, bringing in lots of fill, a lot of compaction required -- you get the picture. I submitted a more-than-fair price. I won't even tell you how much because you'll probably say I'm doing it too cheap I followed up after the holidays and they waffled about the price, so I offered a 4% discount if the booked b4 feb 15. Lady calls this morning and asks if I can drop the price another $500?!?! I explain the difficulty building the wall, tough to get at with equipment, small window of oppurtunity in the fall, this IS my best price, blah, blah, blah. I got off the phone, then really started stewing. This is about a 10k wall. If they are asking for another $500 off, doesn't it just seem as though they want to "feel" like they got a deal? If $500 is make or break, I don't think I want to do the f****** job! She is supposed to call back today or tomorrow after talking to her husband. I'm tempted to tell her that I don't even want to do the wall for her anymore. Seems like this could be an indication of things to come. Tell me I'm right in sticking to my guns. Would you guys willingly lose this job over $500?