How would you compare the Stewart Greyhawk to the KBK sample that you tested a while back? Any discernable differences?
A woman is weeping over shadows on a screen, a man gets excited over ink on a page, a child is frightened over words in a book- The mind gets caught up in the unreal and people become identified with it. But its power is such that it rules the world.
It's probably an unfair comparison, as the sample I sent him had been painted with a roller, and was color corrected for DLP projectors (single chip, with too much green sub-brightness characteristic).
"Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream." -- Malcolm Muggeridge.