We're too new in the business to have been through this before, missed the 89-90 recession. But we're seeing layoffs almost daily up here right now so it's definitely starting to get close to home this time. What I'm concerned about is the guys who have all those new trucks, either financed or leased, because the customers think they are SO pretty. Granted, they are locked in for this winter, but next year may be a different story. I'm afraid I can see a lot of lowballing just to keep cashflow and make them payments! I cna also see a lot of now unemployed guys with a truck hangine a beat up (cheap) plow and going after a few residential accounts to pick up extra cash. You guys who have been in this lond enough, is this a valid concern for next year on the commercials and even this year on the residentials? Any other thoughts on the economic downturn? I know plowing is a necessary service, so I don't see the demand going anywhere but I think the supply side may see a glut and resulting price shopping if things stay down long enough.