You’ve said that stls aren’t viable. If they aren’t viable why are you so concerned? They are viable and they won’t kill the industry if companies accept that 3D printing is part of the future. If they embrace it, they’ll make money too and the infrastructure will change to reflect this. Jobs are lost either way. Would you refuse to use the advancement of the internet, of computers, of better farming equipment because it costs people their jobs? Production lines, automation, will cost people in miniature production those jobs faster than 3D printing will. Advancement has always meant change. The world moves forward. It leaves people behind. Refusing advancements because they’ll cost jobs will mean that we are stuck in the past forever. To clarify. You stated that stls weren’t viable. I stated they are. The data shows that they are viable and that companies are beginning to realise this. If CB embraced stls I’d still buy the miniatures both to support the company further and as a means of convenience. I may be out of resin and want my toys now. For further information I don’t need to buy the miniatures from CB now. I can print proxies as I play at home, not in tournament. I buy the miniatures from CB as I like them. I will continue to do so regardless of if I can print them or not. I’d prefer to have the option of printing them. It wouldn’t cost CB anything and provides an extra Avenue of monetary growth for the company.