As the owner of a telephone interconnect business, I can relate to Robert Mulder's thoughts. As Mulder does, I limit my growth pace and make every effort to service my present customer base in the manner customers should be. The peer pressure is there to do the right thing as the "experts" would have it. By this, I mean take on debt and/or partners to allow a rapid growth and market-share increase. When those thoughts tempt me I ask myself -- why? What would I gain except a little more money (maybe) and substantially increased problem?