Here is the situation. I've mowed for these people, he is a physician, for the past two years, last year at the house they had rented, this year in their new home they had built. This spring, after the seeding was done, it came a big storm that night and basically washed or blew all the seed away. Consequently, most of the yard that had dirt work done on it, approximately half, is predominantly weeds, with little grass. Should have been taken care of this fall, but as I understand it, the landscaper is a personal friend of theirs, and is way behind, so, they have gotten put on the back burner. (so much for friendship) Anyhow, I mowed what well may be the final time for the season last week. A goodly portion of the back yard (maybe 20% of the total yard) had virtually no growth at all, as the cold nights has pretty well taken care of the weeds, so I didn't mow that part (basically all just dirt and rocks), which allowed me to finish quite a lot faster than on previous mowings. I'm just curious how many of you would give the customer a break, and charge less for this mowing? I'm not getting rich on this account, basically just getting my target hourly rate. They have already booked for next year, so there is little danger of losing the account either way. I already made my decision, and have, in fact, sent out statements, but am just wondering what others would do in a similar situation, and why. Thanks.