After 25 years of commercial taxidermy in one location, I moved to a new area last year where I had to basically start from scratch for clientele. I took in as much though in my new location as I did before so that was good, however there is a processor in my new area that is very problematic. So far this year I have taken in several deer that he did that were cut up through the white of leg pits, or on the wrong side and all of them have had split briskets and the inside of the hide was filth dirty too. Last year I had more ruined capes than ever before and most of them were from this processor. On top of that, he leaves about 6-8" of neck, which is just a waste in my opinion. I don't care much about the neck meat, but the hacked up capes are a problem though which I charge extra to fix, if fixing is even possible. The issue is that my clients don't want me to contact this guy, who cuts the deer up at his home for about half the price of commercial processors. I know I could easily show him how to properly skin a deer for a mount, but I guess he is grumpy and set in his ways and nobody wants to risk pissing him off. I guess I have two choices: just go on dealing with and charging extra for the extra work he causes me or I could go against my clients wishes and go talk to this guy. Anybody else experienced this before and what would you do?