I was looking over a newsletter I got from Hunter and they had an article on flat rate pricing for service, ie. $x.00 for replacing a broken spray, $x.00 for replacing a broken valve, etc... It sure seems easier than the time/material route. Do any of you guys do service this way? We run 4 service trucks, and I am looking at a more effective price structure for customers and techs. I don't really like the "by the hour method".