This testing seems to be taking quite some time. Far longer than anticipated.
I will take cheap and good please.
"Sucking at something is the first step to becoming sorta good at something." -Jake the Dog
Thats the goal. I spoke with Lefty(Tom) yesterday, The knife is on route to one more tester. I think the last one. Then we will finally sort out any upgrades, revisions. The last thing we want to do is pick a crap profile, push it to production, and crank out a couple hundred letter openers!! We are going slow for a reason, testing and reviewing in an effort to not make a dud. It ain't happening if it ain't worth doing right.
I actually think you should do a second round of testing after the knife is upgraded or changed. You might as well make sure it's right before it gets produced.
I imagine a lot of the old knife knuts here are shaking their head at the impatience of some of their fellow forumites. I know some of you guys have waited YEARS, PLURAL, for custom knives.
The AI does not love you, nor does it hate you, but you are made out of atoms it might find useful for something else. - Eliezer Yudkowsky
I concur. Testing following any revisions is important. Yes, I've waited multiple turns of the calendar. I really don't think that rushing the development and testing process will generate the end result I think we're all looking for.