When I send a CD project off to be pressed, I include all the graphics, the text files for the jewel case and CD, and printed representations of how the CD should look. I know they will have to import that into Quark for their own printing, but the design work is already done, all they have to do is copy and paste the files I send. Traditionally I have allowed 1 hour of design time for this (at $75) which I think is generous when you stop and think about how long an hour really is, and considering that they know what they're doing and so can work very quickly. And in the past they've never said that it wasn't enough. But on this last project they said they had to enlarge the picture "to allow for bleed". And for this they demand another hour, or $75.00. An HOUR to make an adjustment to one cover photo? So the total added cost is now $150.00 on top of the actual CD pressing costs, which they surely must be making a profit on. Does anybody think this is a bit excessive? I do, I'm close to being just a bit steamed. But before I go steaming about, the opinion of somebody a little more "in the know" about graphics would be really appreciated. Do you think $150.00 is too much to knock together a jewel case from elements I supplied them with?