Hi. Just getting going as a freelance web developer, but I'm quite experienced.. been contracting for years. I quoted for an e-commerce solution, and the prospect has come back saying I'm about twice the price that he wanted to pay. His site currently turns over £10k/yr by people phoning through orders He wants credit card and paypal integration He seems to think that, as he already has a site, most of the work is done! The site is pretty poor - product lists loading in frames and product details in pop-up windows. I quoted to include all legals - privacy T&Cs etc, improvement to existing design, e-commerce integration. I quoted £2,400 + hosting. He wants to pay £1,200. He claims to have a quote for £1,200. I don't do OS-Commerce installs or similar. They're over-complex and buggy. So. Do I walk away? I could do with the work, though I have other prospects. It will never be a site I really want to add to my portfolio as the look and feel is pretty bad and he doesn't want a complete redesign. I could probably go in cheaper, but not as low as he wants. I could remove PayPal, and perhaps SSL certificates (credit cards are input over SSL on payment provider site - but contact email address should really be sent secured). Maybe I should steer clear of small businesses. I get the impression they never want to pay much. Thoughts? Experiences? Am I over expensive?