<H1>Hey guys and gals,</H1> I working on my business plan and interested on what you think about my pricing index plan. One thing I have noticed is that most clients come in for either low cost framing or have some print or item that they want framed right regardless of the price. Rarely do people come in to want something to frame at a moderate cost for something they kind of like. Either they really love it or the just want to cover a wall. The shop I work at has moulding that starts at the commercial end and goes all the way up to huge delicate mouldings. The problem I have noticed is the moulding in the middle seems to cloud up the ends. I end up having to show a client on a budget half the wall just so they go with a Neilson metal. By having medium priced mouldings on the wall, I have been stuck on the counter all day with clients on a budget as well as watched a client talk themselves out of the moulding they really want because we have some moulding samples that will do. So my real question is do you think by getting rid of medium priced moulding I can justify my high end moulding as well as cut down on the time spent wiht clients on a budget by defining exactly what our commerical grade mouldings are. I really would appreciate your input and ideas on this discussion or any other words of wisdom you want to throw at me. Thank Rick S.A.T.X. ------------------ If you don't take care of your tools, they won't take care of you.