I REALLY think this website needs to have two separate fish categories. One for Commercial Fish Taxidermy and another for Competitions and Museum Quality Fish Taxidermy. There is SO much advice in one category right now that it could be quite confusing to many newbies and even some experienced fish taxidermists. So much of this info is applicable to one market and not applicable at all to another. SO MUCH TIME is put into some of these highly detailed mounts that it really has no place in the Commercial World. Some folks on here have to spend upwards of 20-25 hours painting a single bass to get the detail I'm seeing. Maybe more! Then, they post about high quality and obviously their definition isn't in alignment with many of us that actually do commercial taxidermy full time for a living. It's fun to look at and see how great some of these people can push the envelope. But, many people don't realize that these folks that put in this super high detail are supplementing their income elsewhere because they cannot get enough customers to pay the price they need to be fairly compensated for all that time. Again, don't get me wrong - I LOVE to see all the great fish work that some of you folks are capable of doing. But, I don't think there's a single one of you out there that can put this much time into a single mount and actually live off of this income ALONE. Am I wrong here? I guess one could then say "why not a Competition category for all forms of taxidermy?" Too many topics? I don't think so. But it seems to me that there should be a separation between the two because they are two different beasts. Any thoughts?