Yes that's right. McKenzie discontinued Sobo glue and I decided to try an experiment. I used some Elmer's glue I had around I use in building habitats. To my surprise it dried completely clear if not applied too heavy and actually dried faster than Sobo glue or any other fin coating I've used. Was it flexible you may ask? Yes, but slightly less than Sobo glue or any other fin coatings I've used. But here's the thing: Once I apply my automotive clear coat to the fins they lose some of the flexibility anyway. IMHO we make too big of deal about "flexible fins." If they're abused or the fish is dropped they're going to break no matter what fin coating you use. Here's why I'm using Elmer's glue from here on out. No shipping charges Easily available Dries clear and somewhat flexible (definitely enough to do the finish work and not worry about damaging fins as when you're in a time crunch and do the finish work before fin coating Dries quickly Doesn't compromise quality Is compatible with my lacquer sealer (Ace lacquer sealer in a can) and my lacquer paints and automotive clear coat. I also apply my seam strip at the same time I'm doing fins and use the Elmers glue for that. Anybody else try it?