OK, I've been doing some contract work and just wrote up a proposal (Flash/After Effects motion graphics video) for this one guy. In the proposal I have my basic blurb about how I retain ownership of all source files and grant world wide license for use of video/executables to the client for its original intent.
I've never had a problem with this clause before, but this client wants the option of editing the video in the future should the product change and I am "unavailable or become too expensive".
This doesn't seem right to me, but perhaps I have a skewed view towards this sort of thing.
Curious what other freelancers (not Work for Hire) provide to their clients. Do you deliver source material if requested? Do you charge more if you hand over the source material? What (if anything) do you retain ownership of?
Much thanks in advance!