Robert and Sandra Bell hired McCann to build a house for them at a contract price of $ 45,000. McCann then changed his mind and refused to build, claiming that he would make no profit. The Bells then advertised for bids from other contractors. The lowest bid was $ 54,500, which the Bells accepted. They then brought suit against McCann for the difference between the original contract price and the market price ($ 54,500 – $ 45,000), less the extras of $ 4,562 that were discussed but had not been included in the contract. Thus, the Bells were awarded $ 4,938 in damages by the trial court. McCann appealed, claiming that the trial court applied an improper measure of damages. Do you agree with McCann?