I'm not trying to start a price war debate, as a fact I feel this is America and you are free to charge what you want. Saying all that though, I just gotta ask...., if you are charging $250-$350 for a deer, how do you do it? I was transferring money into the business account this morning and was looking at my overhead for the last month. Now I am a very small studio and try to manage it in a most efficient way in an effort to turn the most net profit. But over the last few weeks I realized that if I do not go up a minimum 10% across the board that i will have to cut back on my lifestyle which is not very glamorous in the first place. I know that I pay the same amount for product as you and in many cases less due to gross ordering. I also have less expenditures in my personal life as I do not have children and choose to drive an older vehicle so I do not have payments. We do not live extravegently, do not have a huge house payment, we charge a very fair price IMO for Taxidermy, we have a ton of business (for a small studio) and as I said before, always run our business in order to achieve the most profit, so we 'make it', but knowing what I know, how do those of you with families do this profession by charging $350 or less for deer? I'm not knocking you, but I ran the numbers and it's not there, even if you are a cash business reporting no income. What am I missing???