I realize that most of us have accounts that can vary widely in profitability, and was wondering what criteria you use in deciding when an account must have a price increase, even if it means you lose the customer? I realize that in the real world, there will likely be other factors which effect such decisions, such as location, PITA factor, etc, but those are subjective, so for this example, let's use only the numbers. I'm speaking more to solo operators here than I am to those who run crews, because labor costs define the parameters under which you must operate, but you may chime in as well, if you want. Hypothetically, let's say you have decided that you need to gross $50 per hour to cover your overhead, fund your IRA, pay taxes, and have an adequate net income to provide a reasonable standard of living for you and your family. Obviously, in most cases, you can gross much less and still show a profit, just not as much as you desire. So, the question is, do you kick an account to the curb if it grosses $49.50, or do you keep it even at $35? No need to give actual figures, if you are not comfortable doing so, just a percentage will do.