OK, so I was wondering something. We will have projects that are very, very low budget from one of our outside sales guys. We have a dedicated production work team who all they do is these very rapid turn around, low budget projects. But I go by the standard of, do your best, no matter how much you're getting paid. If you take a project, be it 300 or 300,000, you should do your best. So simply being a 300$ project doesn't mean you can put out crap. Even if the client likes what they get, I tend to push them to give 100% regardless of the size of the project. On our larger projects, which I tend to do the design work on, I require 100% from my guys and demand that the finished product look exactly like the PSD I hand off to them. I might allow a few minor differences but in my mind, the client approved what they saw in the PSD, so the final product should reflect it. It isn't like I don't know what can and can't be done, so everything I specify can be done, it just might take some effort. Am I being too hard on them or are they not performing?