On the 4th of July, we had a big block party and all the neighbors were out. My next door neighbor, made a comment that his A/C was not working. I told him, I would take a look at it when it cooled down a little. After about 45 minutes, I had about 15 other neighbors ask me to come take a look at their equipment. The problem is, I don't have much feild experience and I really nervious about sticking my hands in other peoples equipment. I can troubleshoot the hell out of equipment over the phone. However when it comes to actually getting my hands on the equipment, I get really nervious. Today I have to change a run cap on a condenser, which will be pretty easy. I can read schematics, I can troubleshoot a refrigeration circuit, I know how to charge via super heat & subcooling. I am EPA certified, NATE certified, I have taken factory training courses, yet that was years ago. I guess my question is, how do I build my confidence? I don't want to be a service tech full time but I know I can make a lot of money out there in my area. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.