Would it be a fair assumption that along with a higher price comes higher expectations from the customer? Would a guy out cutting yards for $20 and doing a decent job get the same number of complaints as the guy out cutting the same size yards for twice the price? After reading enough postings here, it makes me wonder if the high priced guys arent receiving more complaints and losing more customers than the lowballers. Theory being that the customers of the lowballing service are just so thrilled to have found a service so much cheaper than the avg, that they wouldnt want to ruin a good thing by raising even the smallest of complaints. They also would be less likely to ever cancel the service, knowing what a deal they are getting. Would these two factors be enough reason for anyone here to take the low road when pricing yards, in exchange for finding customers for life who never bother you? Or is my thinking off base here and most people don't even consider PRICE as the major consideration when hiring a lawn service?