I was thinking about this today. Are we charging too little for our services? Back in the late 80s, I started to break strings and remember paying the club to string my POG 90 w/ Prince Pro Blend $28 to string my racquet. I feel I could easily get my racquet strung today for the same or less; $11 for the string and $17 for the labor might even be high. Why? Back then, the POG was an expensive racquet at $129-149. Today, a new racquet is closer to $199 for a new frame. You'd had to buy a Prince Boron w/ a full leather cover to pay that much; it might've cost $299. I really can't remember. I just feel as though Wendy's $0.99 menu is the only thing that has changed as little as stringing fees. Even their menu prices are changing. The Junior Bacon Cheeseburger is no longer $0.99. When will stringing fees go up? It seems to me that the hacks on the street should be charging at least $20 for labor and clubs $30. Thoughts?