OK.. Not sure if this qualifies as a ***** N gripe.. but its certainly rattlin my chains.. Seeing how these forums showcases pictures of so many great models, and so many 'potential new recruit's view the site, OR, may be introduce / encouraged into card modelling through the site. It might be of help / interest, if you mention / include printing info/specs with your pic posts!. That is to say, of the ones that are downloaded and printed ( typically where most novices will start) I mean come on.. can you imagine any of the plastic guys NOT mentioning the paint materials used on one of their models! It seems to me (as a print peasant) that print quality can make or break a model.. Its usually the second observation/question I make on any model Obviously common sense would have to apply * First picture of a model subject etc.. Certainly on 'home' printed models posted in the Galleries!!! It wouldn't have to be much, just as long as its constructive i.e. ~ BrandA Sucks = uninformative ~ Brand+ Model+ Paper = interesting ??