I have been thinking about this recently, and it seems funny to me. Someone asks for an estimate, and at the end of the day for most people that is the set price. I would say less than 1% of customers debate the price. The rest either say no thanks or yes. I just think that is strange, because if I give an estimate for say $55 per cut and the customer tells me they were looking for more like $50 per cut, then I usually will go ahead and go with $50. Or if there's a big clean up and the customer doesn't like my price of $475 but is ok with $425, well then I usually will say ok $425 works. But typically the customer either says no or yes...end of discussion even if we're only off by a few bucks. If someone says no, but you know you'd take a little less, how do you go about approaching that subject with the customer?