Well, we're at the point where we're about to take advance orders of the CD. I've done pretty much all the mixing and mastering I can do with my current setup and level of experience, and I have to say, the finished product is pretty awesome, at least to these unpracticed ears (and also to everyone else who's heard it so far). The music director has decided to solicit orders before moving ahead, in order to gauge how much interest there'll be. I bet she'll be surprised by a strong response. Also, I wanted to say that I hope all you guys who get to do this for a living really appreciate how good you have it in life, and how lucky you are to have this kind of livelihood. I hope one day to be able to do this for at least a modest retirement income. One of the ladies in the choir is currently dying of cancer, and has recently stopped her chemo. She is already living beyond the time frame she was given, so every day is a gift. She approached me before practice last evening, and said she had some songs she's written, and wanted to ask advice about recording them. I said I'd be proud and honored if she'd allow me to assist her with that project, and she'll be coming over to my house week after next to get started. I'll be interested to hear what her songs sound like, and I hope I'll be able to do a decent job of recording her for posterity. Just being able to do something like that for someone is worth all the money and time I've invested so far.