I have been working in a new shop (new to me) for a few months now. This shop puts the per foot prices of all of the mouldings on the backs of all the samples. Since we don't use a computer system for pricing, it makes it easier for me to figure costs for the customer, but I am starting to notice that once the customer sees the price on the back, they spend more time looking at the backs of the frames than at the front. This bothers me. In the last store I worked in, we had the FullCalc program and the customer picked what they liked and we worked from there as far as price. My question is, is it really a good idea to put prices on the frame? It seems like a customer will ignore a frame if the price is higher, and not even look at the frame itself. Ugh.