I'm a great admirer of your skills, and I can spend hours looking at and enjoying mounts and what can be done. My question tho concerns the eyes of bobcats and coyotes... why is it that they so often look like they downed a pot of coffee before they were stuffed? Seriously, I've seen many many mounts of bobcats and coyotes, and there are very few that I could say I would be satisifed with if I were the paying customer. Are these animals more difficult to mount, or is it just poor craftsmanship? So many of them are bug-eyed, and I've seen some bobcats where the entire front of the face looks, well, almost deformed, where the nose is almost flat on the face, not natural at all. Could someone please explain this to me? Are there certain questions that we as customers should ask prior to handing over our trophy? Thanks so much!