From the outfitters standpoint, in Montana anyway. Very few outfitters here promise to care for a trophy beyond skinning or caping. Many don't even do that. They just get it to a processer (and let them "butcher" it). With the outfitter that I guide for, we just cape and freeze. Still have to watch for warm capes going into the freezer but overall it's done fairly well. Other local outfitters are a struggle. It's a constant battle. One thing that has helped is billing for fixing damaged skins. A lot of these hunters will go to the outfitter to find out why their skin was mishandled. Most of the guys that I work with want to do it right. They want that client back and they want to have a good reputation. One guy from last year didn't realize he was butchering skins. Nobody ever told him. I've gone to some camps to do lessons. It's kind of a pain but I think it's worth my time in the long run.