Really? Oh man that's gonna' make life so much easier. Of course, some stuff I like to export for 3d printing on a fdm printer so I'd still need to clean those up, but that should make sprueing all the parts together for Shapeways so much easier. You seriously just made my day, man! [Edit] sprued it all up and uploaded to shapeways. Got to see which areas I need to fix and learned that it'll be about $22 to print in hda (keeping the supports on) which isn't too bad. Less than $7 if I were to go with swf but I think it's worth it to spring for the extra detail. I'll have to see if it's more economical to take the collar and neck off and get them in swf. I can probably bring all the pieces a little closer together to use less material on sprues and the areas that are too thin shouldn't be too difficult to fix. Unfortunately, I probably won't be able to make the faces available in SWF: I think I can fix the areas near the eyes for HDA without much trouble but swf would need it to be even thicker and I think I'd start losing the shape at that point. [edit again] Turns out that's not true: fixing it for HDA was enough to fix it for SWF as well. This is Shapeways' "heatmap" of the piece. The red areas are too thin. [Edit Again] Here's some shots of the latest revisions to the faces, taking suggestions from those who've posted here (lower brow on the happy face, and narrower mouth on the neutral face and sad face) and also thickening up the "walls" near the eyes to get the faces to pass Shapeways' tests. I think fixing the eyes on the sad face has made her look sleepy. Might have to tweak that s'more.