This doesn't have much to do with anything, other than my own curiosity, but I've noted threads on here where people express their desire to do immaculate work, and others seem to take little pride in the finished product, and more in the cash in hand. Here is the scenario. You've just mowed and blowed Joe's yard. This isn't a big account, as your business goes, but he pays regularly and has never complained about a thing. You have your ZTR loaded, your trim mower sitting in the back of your pickup, and your trimmer locked on the trimmer rack in anticipation of calling it a day and heading home. As you open the door to your truck, you happen to look toward Joe's house, and realize you inadvertently cut a corner a little too tight with the ZTR leaving a triangular shaped piece of unmowed turf maybe a square foot in area. You think, "CRAP", but know Joe will never mention it, even if he happens to notice it, which he probably won't. Now, for the question. Which of the following would you do? A. Walk over, bend down, and pull off the longer blades, minimizing the unmowed look. B. Unlock a trimmer, fire it up and knock down the offending blades. C. Unload the 21, start it up, and mow the area. D. Climb in the truck and head for the house.