Are all these videos (fish) Helping or hurting the business? Will fish taxidermy become almost all DIY? I myself am a tinkerer, I see a DIY video of lure making and i want to make lures. Does giving more and more novices a "helping hand" Dilute the industry or make it stronger? Back in the day you had to provide a business license to get a supply catolog, now customers go on supplier sites pick something out and tell you that's what they want, and they are privy to my pricing? Snap together fish mounts and DIY videos seems like a recipe to ruin this biz. I wonder about this a lot. I'm much closer to the end of my career than the beginning but it still concerns me. If someone ask me a question pertaining to molding and casting, I will provide a short answer to make them dig deep on their own, to actually learn. Is a video on how to paint each species more important that teaching how to transfer what you see to a canvas so to speak? I too toyed with the notion to make a video series on molding and casting, did I? NO! Why? Because of my dilution of the industry theory. AND the videos WILL get copied and RESOLD or given away to the next guy. How much $$ can you make on a video in a tiny industry anyway?