This chapter progresses the research to consider the service level and financial cost data. It is designed to verify the level of success found across the case studies, as measured through the household surveying, and to interrogate how much it costs to deliver the types and levels of service found. Structurally, the chapter first focuses on the service levels across the cases to provide a descriptive analysis of outcomes at the whole sample level before focusing on individual cases and groups of cases. This is followed by the financial analysis that follows a similar pattern of moving from the whole sample to case-by-case data before analysis by different sub-groupings of cases. The chapter ends by bringing these two elements together to consider whether it is possible to identify patterns of financial costing arrangements that are associated with certain service-level outcomes.