Well, I see now that people in this forum are obviously taking my criticisms as anything other than constructive - as unfounded as that may be. Some people just don't realize when they need help and then take it personally when it is offered. It's also become obvious we're not going to get anywhere here in our debates either. So, I'll take my leave with one final thought (why do I feel like Jerry Springer?): TLC serves a purpose for a particular market - the business owner who cannot afford to pay for a custom-designed identity or someone who needs a quick logo for personal use. I will never and have never argued that. Having noted that, I feel the need to, again, warn those who see TLC as a tool to help them break into the design industry. It's a bad idea for many reasons that I've already gone over in other threads. You will run into far more technical issues than you bargained for and run the risk of being sued by the client for numerous reasons (see previous threads). I'm not saying this to hinder your career choice (competition only makes us better) and I'm definately not here (as someone mentioned) to market myself. Because, frankly, I do not have the time to work with clients who are only willing to pay $100 for a logo. That said, Good luck.