What I mean is this: Got a call from a flyer, went to give an estimate. Lady on the phone was of foreign decent. Asked if we removed gardens. I get there, she has a large raised bed, in three tiers, on her sloping front lawn. She wants it completely removed, and sodded. Area I guess is about 30' by 15'. Material: tractor for the day and all debris loaded into trucks and trailers, $100.00 ( a friend ), using existing sand underneath for grading, sod $100.00, dump $50.00 (2 loads), about 12 man hours I think. My first thought was $800.00. I left without saying anything. She calls the house about two hours later, asks when we could do it, if we agreed on a price. I said within one week. She sounded happy, hung up. I had told her I would have a proposal ready the next day. She calls again the next day, about noon, on my cell phone. I said I didn't have the papers, but I think it came to about $1400.00, I waited to feel for her reaction. Nothing. She says to come over, I do, with a contract for $1640.00, lol, told her I forgot to add the price of the rental for the machine. She glady signed, two copies, smiling the entire time, with her daughter right there the whole time who spoke perfectly good english, was in school at Tulane, and when I told her my designer graduated from LSU, she was sold. She said LSU has the best landscape engineering program in the state, and we must be good. Is this wrong? I mean, I quoted a price, they went for it, but I kinda' feel like I took advantage of them, but not really. I just think it was a very high price. lol Was their choice. I am going to trim all of their hedges also, for free.