About 5 years ago when I first began mounting deer, I used White Lightning adhesive caulk exclusively as my hide 'paste'. For me, it worked just fine and I never experienced any drumming or any extraordinary pulling. Since then, I have switched to various different types of paste, most recently using Roman 555. It had been a while since I'd used the White Lightning but the other day I bought some at Home Depot and mounted a deer with it last weekend. To my surprise, when the deer dried, the drumming was unbelievable. All other factors were the same...shaved as thin as I normally shave them, used the same tanning agent, same temperature in the shop, same kind of mannikin...yet I've never experienced anything like what happened to this deer. Very significant pulling away from the form at every angle. Fortunately, I was able to rehydrate the worst areas and Rick & I have been able to make him presentable. I'm just curious if those of you who use White Lightning have noticed a change, or experienced this type of problem recently? I suspect they may have changed their formula since the last time I used it.