As I dig deeper and deeper into my dream job, or at least passion, I can't help but share my thoughts on craftsmanship. I have worked a lot of construction jobs and food industry jobs and have learned a lot. Good enough for city work? NO. Back in the old days, things that were made at the benches of woodsmen and black smiths was stellar quality. If the grain of the wood was off, or the stain color, they wouldn't send it out. A lot of old companies used maker marks. And they were PROUD to brand their mark on their product, because they built it with quality and passion. Today we see very little of this, and we really need to bring it back to our lives. Be proud of what you made. If there is a mistake or you feel even a little uneasy about it, start over. Even if someone can't see it, it's a shame that you still send it out. Take pride in your work and be humble. Be honored to put your marker's mark on the item. Just my 2 cents on this. Tired of getting poor quality tools and other goods from "traditional" companies.