I am not new to this industry. I have experience in everything, except, hardscaping. I am really interested in learning more about hardscaping because it is such a tremendous part of landscape. I'm not proposing that I'm going to go out and start bidding jobs, at all. That will probably always be something I refer to another company simply because I don't have the experience or expertise. But I do want to learn more, mostly so I know what it entails from a design perspective and an installation perspective. I attended a seminar today put on by a local supply co. and Versa-Lok and it was very informative. However, I really feel like I would learn so much more actually being out in the field doing some of the work. I just learn better by doing. As hardscaping pro's, how receptive would you be to someone asking if they could, I don't know, shadow you for a couple of weeks, do an apprenticeship for a time, etc.? The other side of this is that I want to start building some relationships in my area with companies that do Hardscaping, but I really don't know how receptive people are to letting someone from another company come work for them or shadow them to learn for a short period of time. How would you take it?