I would like to get some more information about the plans for the Stratasys, since with the changes to pricing full color is one of the few hopes I have for keeping sales up. I asked these questions in the announcement thread, but there was no response. Do we have an estimated time to when beta testing will open for signed-up/selected users? Do we have any information on what materials it will be most comparable to, cost-wise? Are both the flexible opaque full color and transparent rigid full color print-options being explored for Shapeways? Will the Stratasys support interlocking parts? Sprues? Will color data that works for the sandstone prints also work on the Statasys? Also, I know this may be jumping ahead a bit, but once the full color options are live, a "Deco" variant option (wouldn't even have to be named, just "Color 1", "Color 2", etc) would be vastly helpful. I can easily produce a half dozen color-schemes per item that my buyers will want, and being able to do so in one shop entry as opposed to several would be a great help. Also, a color/opacity picker for single-color printing of models that don't have built-in color data would be useful, I expect. I'm very interested in this topic because of the kind of products I make. I make specialty items for toy collectors. Right now my customer base is limited because items need painting and finishing by the end user, so only those comfortable with customizing work tend to buy. If I gain the ability to produce play-ready full color items then my customer base (and thus yours) will expand greatly. I just want to be as prepared as possible for it at public launch. Also, I've submitted a lot of models via email to the testing process, is there supposed to be some kind of autoreply on those? I have no idea if the messages went through.