I enjoyed Corinne McKay's piece on Linux consultants titled, "Linux consultants find a niche in growing market."

With Linux consultants reporting billings of $75 to $250 and up per hour, while working flexible schedules and freeing themselves from the strings of a large employer, consulting seems an appealing field to enter. At the same time, successful consultants stress that entrepreneurship requires a mix of skills that is often the opposite of what's appealing to a corporate employer.

Billing from $75 up to $250 seems like a pretty decent gig to me.