It shouldn't be difficult to picture the following situation: One of your subs sends you a quote, which you then use as part of your bid as general contractor on a project. You don't accept the sub's quote, however, because you're waiting to see if you get the job. After the owner accepts your bid, but before you can get back to the sub to accept his quote, the sub discovers that he's made a mistake with his figures. In this all-too-common scenario, somebody always gets burned. It's just a question of who. If you knew or should have realized that the sub's quote was too good to be true, then you can't use it in