I will not give the Canadian website out of respect to Chris, but they pulled something off up there the other day as I was browsing that was near incredible. Allow me to detail this. 1. Two of the world's best tyers got into it (almost a contest with one trying to outdo the other) with both camera and vise. 2. They would break down the tying of different flies by the numbers such as you often see in books. Picture #1 would show the thread being applied along with the tail, maybe some wire, flash (these would be detailed below the pic, e.g. size and color of thread, color of maraboo if used and anything else including the size and number of the hook. Then pic #2 would show the body and thorax being tied along with details; #3 would deal with the front, head ,hackle and whatever. No. 4 would show the finished fly. Man, this was cool! People kept chimming in as to the fact that this was the best thread yet and you could hear the bookmarks being slammed on all the way down to my war room. I would illustrate but I have some issues. One, I am not that hot of a tyer. I do have a digital camera with tripod and blue (that proved to be the best color) background card. But I don't know how to get something off of my vise and on to this site easily. I know its just clicks but I don't know which clicks. Would someone give this a run? Just show a fly, any fly, being tied by you in steps with the photos detailing the steps. They said they would never tell anybody where to fish but they would tell anybody how to fish. So they didn't mind detailing their favorite flies and man there were some beauties. My printer ran most of the night. Bob, the I know we can stand up to them, particularly with spey flies but they did show just what excellent fly tiers they are. And the flies, all of them will be in my box (at least three each) because I can tell a hot fly when I see one. That's why I carry over a thousand instead of a few dozen outstanding numbers (lol).