Originally Posted by speedy petey
So in a profoundly long winded way you are telling us that the range is too great to even guess at a price.
Early on, you yourself guessed at four prices.
With these summary stats the OP and lurkers may at least know how much is too much to pay, or wonder why they paid so little.
It does seem that counting outlets rather than counting sq. ft. will give a better answer.
I finally plotted sq. ft vs. rewire cost and found that there is almost zero correlation.
There may be more in these stats but I don't see it yet.
Relax. You are not paying for my advice. Go have a beer with Mr. Port, and more than one if it's absolutely necessary.
In all fairness, I should say that even engineering companies don't like stats - it's too much like quality control.
It's too bad, because this branch of science is very good at detecting lies, waste, fraud, out-of-control production processes, etc., in addition to evaluating how effective or dangerous medical treatments are.
Even "60 Minutes" doesn't seem to use it as often as they should.
And speaking of quality control, if the cost of living in the US varies in only a 7:12 ratio, Austin:Honolulu, why is the cost of doing the same thing so different in these United States? Huh?