Thanks for the compliment, Jerry. I did start out to make a movie about taxidermy, but things developed and I went with my instincts. You are correct about talented people in the industry, including former museum taxidermists, and Ken Walker is both of those. I put as much info and history into it as I could, without making it tedious or slow. Though Ken is mounting a Bigfoot in the movie, it clearly shows the process from start to finish that is not much different than a deer or any other recreation. It is certainly not macabre. It takes a lot of effort and money to make a feature film and, to my chagrin, my biggest audience has turned out to be Bigfooters. But a lot of viewers have told me they had no idea what went into taxidermy, they appreciated the insider's perspective and history and have a new appreciation for it. In that respect, I feel it succeeded. But the ultimate goal was to entertain. bydman, I've been hanging around taxidermists for a decade now and found most do not need my help, as they are proficient at embarrassing themselves. Watch Stuff the World to see a good example. Or look in the mirror. As Wayne White says, "Beauty is embarrassing."