I'm a solo newbie and just got first client in a well-off neighborhood with a beautiful new 300k construction -- move-in was last fall. They would like the edge of the drive to look like a 1950 flat-top haircut meeting a scalp, but the grade is 1.5 to 2" under the concrete surface. I tried blending it in by lowering the deck on one side of a push mower (low deck side on the drive), but the result isn't that great. They don't want to cut it out, build up under, and resod. I'm thinking of offering to bring 600 lbs. of topsoil at every mowing (extra charge of course) to slowly rake it into the centipede, maybe an eighth of an inch at a time, and build up the grade even with the drive -- sort of feather it in so it eventually mows and edges real easy -- and makes the customer happy (hopefully). It is level enough, about 1" drop in 4 ft., that runoff shouldn't be a problem (IMO, but I don't know for sure). Has anyone come across this problem, and does this possible solution make any sense? I also am considering dropping out and working for another LCO the rest of this season, because this is no way as easy as people who haven't done it much (like me) think it is. It's the stuff you don't know that kills ya (for me, lots I don't know). Please help. Thanks.