Just got my lovely box, second box this week. I am working on making a silver version of the cuffelinks. I ordered the prototypes in "Strong and Flexible Plastic". They look excellent and I can not find any flaws in the design. First the good.... I am going to double-check some design features over the next few days - and then order some Silver versions. . . The not so good. I am printing on the absolute edge of the design rules. I am coding the dimensions to get the price to the lowest point. (http://cuffelink.com/code/?p=cuffelink.git;a=blob;f=hardware/case/thin_parts_case.py I understand I am pushing the design rules to the limit. However, for a Tie Pin - the black prototypes have come out much better than the white prototypes. In particular the circles are circles in black but not white.:- I am printed a prototype parts to convert a cuffelink to tie pin. After seeing the prototype - I am not going to print of this part. So I have not lost anything, but whilst the packaging was great, somehow the white stork was deformed.