I find that the major chore in creating a new model (and I put out 20-25 at a time) is in turning off the 5-10 materials that aren't appropriate for the models. It currently involves a lot of tedious scrolling and clicking in the "Select Materials" section of the "Edit Model" pages. And if I mis-aim a click, I reset the default material. Arm hurty. Maybe there's a faster way to do this that I am not aware of. Does anyone know? Ideally, I'd be able to do it using the CSV markup tool (I process the CSV file with a custom Perl script). If I could simply remove the line for the material that I do not want to offer, that'd be the best. Speaking of the CSV tool, why do we have to set the model to "Offer for sale to others" *before* we can use the CSV tool to edit prices? Shouldn't it be the other way around? I'd put up more models if these processes were a bit more streamlined. And just to make sure that I don't come off as a curmudgeon, I find it truly marvelous that Shapeways allows me to ramp up a side business with such little effort. This simply wasn't possible a decade ago. Thank you!