What I mean by that is, when do you say okay I need this piece of equipment to justify this particular amount of work I am getting? I am a little discouraged because I spent $400 on a Lesco spreader this fall because I suddenly had an influx of business (aerating/seeding) and after being in this business I know to not cheap out on things like that. Well, the influx was short lived, and now no calls at all and now I have this flawless spreader not being used. Also, spent $500 on a 48" Bluebird plug aerator because I had an influx of aerations, now no calls at all. I know the season is just about out for the year and I know things slow down, including mowing, but at the same time I ask myself "should I have bought something a little cheaper for the amount of work I had?" I just hate when money sits in things that could be sold and something cheaper could replace it. What do you all think?