Well, I finally broke down and bought a measuring wheel. I am just getting tired of the "hit or miss" pricing strategy that I have been using. I went around and measured up a few of my lawns and I didn't really like what I was previously doing regarding pricing. What do you guys think of these formulas? Normal lawn/under 10k sq ft/real grass $1.00 per hundred linear feet to trim (edging same price) $3.50 per thousand sq ft. to cut Crap lawns/under 10k sq ft/crabgrass and weeds $1.25 per hundred linear feet to trim (edging same price) $4.00 per thousand sq feet to cut The lawn sizing is actual grass area to cut, it does not include the areas that the house, driveway etc. occupy. The trimming/edging price includes the walking distance from the truck or from one bed to the next. I haven't worked out the over 10k prices yet but the trimming will probably stay the same with a reduction in cutting prices.