I was thinking more of winching young men into place to 'relieve themselves' in the suggestively shaped pocket on The Honeymoon Is Over for $500/hr (sorry Malcolm I know it's a good route but it doesn't get done very often. So to speak.).
Seriously you odh you need to write a guidebook (could I suggest The ACT: Selected Runout Slabs? Licence to print money.) They are a heap of work, very hard to get everything right, and everyone seems to assume they are an absolute goldmine. They aren't. With all the research, layout and distribution your hourly rate ends up around McDonalds wages. Given that Neil would earn ten times as much in his job it's basically a community service from him. I'm happy and excited to have a new Gramps guide. It's fun, and it seems pretty accurate to me.
Moreover, it scuttles the evil Mentz/Tempest media empire that has had us in it's clutches for decades now. I live next to Simey and sometimes I can't get out of the driveway for all the Lamborghinis, superyachts, empty Dom Perignon bottles and botoxed blondes littering the street. He doesn't even leave his spa these days, just sends a runner to get him a pack of sausages from the milk bar each evening. Now that is living.