P contracted D to build a house. After P made modifications to D’s proposed specs, the full set of documents were reviewed by P and D. The K was then signed but not the specs or the prints. The specs were later by D and P at the mortgage bank. D claims that they never saw the modified specs and that they assumed that signed K referred to their original proposed specs. The trial court applied a subjective rule and found that D made an honest mistake and therefore, there was no meeting of the minds. However, the appellate court applied the objective rule and reversed the ruling of the lower court.