Next year I think I'm going to have to use Cactusmailings.com again for cards. I'm thinking about just doing the late October and mid November mailing. I think I need to ditch the cards that have the yard art type stuff and stick with the classic C9, garland, wreath look. Most high end people do not want the Griswold look. I'm also growing leery about the longevity of all the light on frames type stuff. From what I'm seeing since I started in 2009 the lights are good for four years if your lucky. Then the sockets start to go bad and you can't replace the lights. The frames start to show wear by year 2-3 and by year 4-6 at most stuff is getting rusty. I do not want to sell a customer on a bunch of new lights for frames and then two years later they see the frames look like crap. It's easy to fix a bad C7/C9 socket but a real pain the have to swap out lights sets that go bad on frames. Spending hours dealing with re-stringing complex frames is getting old very quickly. I'm becoming a fan of keep it simple with C7/C9, garland, and wreaths. This is really what my target market wants anyway. I think the cards this year really were great for HD's target market but not for me. I think you are better off to send the exact same mailing three times as well. I'm looking for a source for high resolution clip art for next year. If anyone finds any great high res pics please let me know. People need to get your companies card stuck in their head and when you keep sending different cards your not building the brand identity you should be. I did three mailings and got nine jobs from it. How did you guys do?