haha.. I have the same question running through my head at times. The problem is, if you have a high price point, unless you’ve totally sold your worth over your website, people will look, and then just pass you by for the lower priced version. It’s all about value, and if you don’t sell that on your website, or don’t have a huge following in your community, I would wait to discuss your prices once you have a chance to meet your potential clients and let them know exactly what you offer for the prices you charge. I myself have my prices up at this point, but I think i have a good enough following to let my prices be seen by the masses. This is a whole discussion in itself, but that’s my short answer.