The question had been asked, in another thread, if TrumpetMaster/Eclipse Grand Opening Contest entries can be edited/modified. Yes!!! And as a former winner I would encourage it. Especially when you consider the fact that Leigh MacKinney has stated his intentions of building a $5,000 "dream" horn. I "tweaked" the White Lightning entry several times. Here is what I did: 1) I printed a "hard" copy so I could refer to it whenever something new "popped" into my head. 2) I let other people (my wife in this case) read it. Did it "say" the same thing to her as it did to me? Was I "crystal clear" in my wording? Second opinions can be helpful and valuable. 3) I took the time to correct spelling and grammatical errors. No...no entries are going to be "evaluated" on these things. But, I wanted the presentation to be as appealing as possible. Something that is easier to read "can" make a better "first impression". I am just as happy with my original entry today as I was back in April. I wouldn't change a thing. 4) I made sure that my entry was unique in relation to all others, so that it would stand out more. 5) I was reasonably sure that Leigh's "current" shop technology could build the horn as described. Basically, I didn't know what Leigh was looking for, so...I attempted to give him something that he would "enjoy" and "look forward" to making. I just wanted to re-invigorate your creative juices, folks. We have quite a bit of time left. Put it to good use. Good luck! All the best.