I'm still working on the Trout Fin flies attempting to perfect my tie. Tying flies for fishing sure is lots easier than tying flies for display. Along the way I've had issues with slipping mylar ribbing, tiny little gaps between the end of the floss/throat/winging, issues with the edges of the wing, placement of the wing, etc. It makes me appreciate the display quality flies I've seen the members post here. Oh yeah... one last issue - not touching the fly until the head cement has dried to keep finger print ridges off the shiny head. I just finished one that's so close to the ideal it isn't funny. Picture to follow when I take pics of the damselfly nymph swap flies.