I'm being contracted to photograph an upcoming flower show/convention. It's a five-day event, with, probably, 600 participants. My original plan was to offer pix for sale through my Shutterfly Pro Gallery (which I use successfully for other event Photography). That way all I need to do is make sure the participants get the site address, upload the images, and wait for the orders. BUT ... they don't want to do it that way. Instead I'm being asked to provide CDs for sale. And I've been assured that these folks won't be shy about paying a reasonable price for them. Of course, in order to do this I'll have to have a sales table set up, hire an assistant, and offer sales via Credit Card. Since it's actually two conventions back-to-back over five days, there will be at least two separate CDs, and probably another featuring just award winning arrangements and special events. So, let's say - a total of 3 different CDs to sell. I'm thinking $25 per CD. With 600 participants, I can probably expect to sell at least 200-300 CDs. So, being optimistic, I'll estimate a gross income of (300 x $25) $7500. I'd appreciate any thoughts you guys may have. Oh, and BTW, as a Noob (just signed up yesterday), I'm finding this to be one great forum, filled with real people asking and answering real questions.