Hi Guys, I have had a few clients lately who have come to me asking about work. Before I qoute the clients all I seem to get is "I've got a very small budget" and it has seemed to be this way for quite some time now, definatly starting mid last year some time and its becoming quite frustrating as I can't seem to really turn it down and I feel at times I am working my guts out for monkey nuts along with all the pressures like "is it ready" this dosent look right" "oh I want this changing" and to be quite honest I am getting rather pi**ed off! I just wondered how you bigger company owners deal with stuff like this? Maybe Berry could advise me on this one and how I go about dealing with it? Secondly as a freelancer and at work @ times also I try to tell the client about web development using my knowledge and what I have learnt in the past and also pointing out to them the rights and wrongs of design and creating websites. Even when I do this they always just want to completely ignore it and just want what they want and want what they have in there head when in theory from my view I know its going to be a complete shambles. I give the client what they want everytime even if I know it shouldnt be like I've done it, just to meet what they want. Again this could come because of lack of experience and I've only just got into the real life stuff as I've just finished University. Do I need to put my foot down a bit when it comes to stuff like this or should I always be following the "Customer Is Always Right" theory...in my eye's I dont think I should be and I think I should be stepping in saying "no you cant have this" and "no I wont be doing that"...any advice would be cool! Thanks guys, sorry about the essay!