Well at least large by my standards. Here's the numbers. 82500 sqft to be mowed with 21" and bagged. Moderately Wooded. 343000 sqft to be mowed with 48" or thereabouts. Moderately wooded. 450000 sqft to be mowed with 60" open. 26700 lineal ft. to be edged bi monthly Hedge to be trimmed @ 2' tall 1500' linear ft. Hedge to be trimmed @ 4' tall 980' linear ft. Hedge to be trimmed @ 6' tall 470' linear ft. Trees to be limbed up lightly to clean up and keep looking nice. Average height 15' 470 trees. There are several other factors but I am more confident on them. Things of note are that of this mowing they are spread out within a large neighborhood. Probably 10 different locations at a tops of 5 minutes from each other. Most mowing is road frontage going into the neighborhood, a few retention basins, an open field or two, and everything that has to be bagged is on medians that run the course of the main road. All hedge trimming is mainly on the medians which means it will be easy to get to. I'm mostly interested in what you think your time to mow this would be (with everything combined, edging blowing trimming etc.) How long total to hedge everything, and how long to trim trees? I'd also appreciate some considerations I should take into consideration that I wouldn't initially think of when taking on a larger account. This is a homeowner association for a higher end neighborhood. They are accepting bids for the coming year as the old provider is causing them to wonder if they are getting the best value for their dollar. They have been there a long time. They say they want someone to be more proactive and honest. I'll reply immediately to any comments and appreciate all help. I have some numbers already but I want to see what others are coming up with.