I think I have it pretty easy here. I receive maybe one phone call a month about something minor. It could be that I do great work at a fair price... Nah Lawns are large (mostly 1 acre or more) and non irrigated here.. So having and maintaining a lush healthy lawn is no easy task, and not cheap! The hard clay soil and summertime droughts don't help much either. Most of the wealthy neighborhoods here have a lot of lawns that are infested with weeds and crabbgrass.. Not only that.. I see a lot of LCOs not edging anything and leaving clippings on the lawn and in beds. It looks rediculous to see $500,000+ homes with **** lawns. Anyway.. It's pretty laid back. It just does not appear to be a priorty around here. People basically just want their lawn cut... not have the best on the block. Sometimes I wish it (being demanding) were the case as I find myself getting a little too comfortable and slacking at times... High demand would keep me on my toes. How is it in your neck of the woods? Very demanding? Do clients call you over the smallest detail? Would you trade a few bucks for a laid back atmosphere???