So I bid a property this spring. It is an "apartment complex". Its really like ~60 small single story brick houses spread out over 15 acres. One step up from a trailer park basically. 15 acres of weeds that just need to be mowed (weekly) and trimmed. The owners of the complex didnt want anything fancy...just clean it up every week. Using a lazer Z, I just fly around as fast as I can, race-tracking the whole thing and not worrying about skidding the tires or anything. They could CARE LESS if the tires tore up the dirt/weed patch! I figured that I could do the entire thing by myself in a single day (8 man hours) using my 60" Lazer Z. Alot of it is pretty open mowing, minus a few trees and ditches etc. Ok, heres the question...I bid the job out at 487.00 per cut. Low and behold...it takes alot longer than I thought! Mowing takes about 7 hours straight. Problem is there is alot more trimming than I thought! Trimming the whole thing (including the loooong ditch) takes about 4.5-5 hours! Makes for a reallly long single day. Where does everyone think i fall on the pricing? I realize you cant see it...but how much money did I leave on the table? I wont change the price on them since I quoted them a certian amount...we signed a contract, etc. Next year though is a different question! Am I even in the ballpark here or what? How would you approach the price hike next year?