I'm siting here rolling on the floor laughing at everything I just read. I grew up in a business family and understand business minded people come up with many business minded unique strategies to make their business stick out, but I don't think your running a business, as someone mentioned, I don't understand why you pointed out competitors, your competitors are the 14 year old's with the home-owner mowers, only you now upgraded to mid-entry level, rather then entry level. On a serious note. Here's some food for the soul. 1. If you made so much money on $5.00 lawns, WHY IN THE "HECK" ARE YOU SO WORRIED ABOUT THE COST OF FLYERS OR MARKETING? You mentioned $200.00 to pick up (6) $30.00 lawns. The apples don't line up there. $200.00 will get you 8,000 flyers, and I'm sure you can land more then six closing calls off of 8,000 flyers, very, very easily. Are you targeting the right areas? Are you trying to advertise in the middle of summer? Nashville has a population of 600,000, not far from you. And don't say 30 miles is to far to travel to work if your raking in so much money off them $5.00 lawns, you should be more then happy to drive 30 miles to pick up those big bucks. Next, again, if you made so much money off $5.00 lawns, you should have plenty of money saved up, do yourself a favor, go to printplace's website, get you 20,000 flyers printed, head to Nashville for a week straight, and you should be on your way to making some "decent" money if you can handle the work load with your "honda." 2. If you made so much money off these $5.00 lawns what made you go with a Honda, enlighten me, (I might be on the market for another mower.) Are they making some big money making commercial mowers now aside from the small time push mowers? 3. Do you get tired of dealing with them one-time customers? Do you have plenty of back up mowers for cutting the over-grown lawns? 4. Are you still living with your mom? Who paid your rent when you was mowing for $5.00 and don't play me like I was just born, I'm a eye for eye type of guy.