I recently got hired to convert 29 or so VHS tapes for my father's manufacturing company. These tapes are very valuable to the company. I will be converting them through a Canopus ADVC300 and a professional-grade VCR with state-of-the-art auto-tracking (which the tapes desperately need, considering they are 15-20 years old) and editing and compressing in FCS2. They would like master copies on DVD with professionally-designed menus (I've already created the templates in DVD Studio Pro) and a video file to be used in PowerPoint presentations. The editing will be very simplistic and minimal. At most, I'd probably be adding 5 or more title screens to each video, removing blue screen between scenes, adjusting picture quality, and zooming into certain parts of the video. This is my first professional job, and hopefully the first step towards starting a production company. I've done professional editing and producing for years at a local ABC-affiliate television station, so I'm not new to this at all. However, this is the first time I'm billing on a contractual basis. My first freelance job. I've looked around at some competing prices, and have found that a typical straight transfer (no editing, menus, etc) runs around $10-15. I think I'm going to be charging $750 for the entire job (works out to about $25 per tape). Do you think this is fair? It's not too high, is it? Honestly, I'm not concerned if it's too low. They have about 100 more tapes, and I'd like to keep the cost low so they consider me for that job, or even some other video work. I put together a sample DVD, and they all love it. They are very impressed with the quality of the video, editing, and menus. I just need advice regarding the price. Thanks everyone.