I was curious how some of you money people quantify the cost of the procedure being done vs the technician that actually does the procedure? I don't know how many school districts out there have craftsmen that actually only perform their craft and nothing else, but that is not the norm nowadays. Does it make more since to put a cost on a particular procedure or the cost of that procedure in relation to who actually does the work? Is a sheetrock repair worth more because a higher paid individual made the repair? I only as this because I was looking at my closed work and noticed the cost category. I the category I placed my work order in changed then so did the hourly labor attributed to that work order. Example: As an HVAC tech I am assigned to a certain building and assigned all the work orders in that building. I may have to change light bulbs or unclog a toilet and I add my labor to that work order. If I make more than the craft that would have normally done this work doesn't that mean that the cost would go up and not stay the same for every individual performing work in the same category? I would think you would want to know the difference in cost of that work compared to the individual performing the work. I would like to hear if School Dude is able to track this for you? Just a random thought from a School Dude lover.