I got a call over the weekend as a referral. So I went out there, took a look... Thought about it some later, and to put it in simple terms, there's no way. I then typed up this letter, want to know if this would be an acceptable thing or what would be the alternatives. ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Hi, During the course of conversation, I felt a need for compromise and the pull of tides from intentions, directions and goals at least somewhat opposite. For reasons of common interest perhaps you felt this from your end as well. While we did not totally disagree, and I appreciate the absolute lack of argument, there nevertheless exists that friction, and this is a warning sign, or a red flag. Throughout the years, I first realized a service between a customer and a business requires a smooth and working relationship so that it is mutually beneficial. I later learned this is such a crucial element, at this point unless one or both of us compromises to the extreme from here on out, a mutually beneficial relationship can not exist, while extreme compromise leads to a constant tension and frustration which tends to build into something far worse over time. Were we to continue, our relationship would almost certainly result in a similar situation to what you experienced with a prior service. Unfortunately the taste this leaves is unsatisfactory, and it is not beneficial for me or my business to leave customers behind in this fashion. Meanwhile, should it turn out that you come out the winner, the taste it leaves in my mouth is absolutely similar in nature, and I can accept neither result. It is my job as the owner to use my ability to foresee and to act on instinct as only a fool would expect separate destinations when traveling down the same road repeatedly. And to take these hints and clues when they are given or perceived for what they are, so as to part ways in a polite manner long before things take a turn for the personal worse. I do this not out of selfishness, but for our mutual protection. Now it is likely best for me to leave things as is, allowing memory to be our best resource, and wishing you the best of luck in the future. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to grow from my experiences.