I have some photos of the stone I got this year in Madras so I thought I would post some photos here. I have started cutting some of the biggest pieces with somewhat mixed results. I expect to take a couple of weeks to sort, cut and preform and I expect some really nice knives for the next year. These photos show Stony Creek Poppy Jasper, Graveyard Point Plume Agate, Willow Creek Jasper, Lepidolite from Wyoming, Sonora Sunrise, Blue Lace Agate from Africa, Deschutes and a flat top Piranha Agate. The Piranha is a bit disappointing so far but I am only about 2 inches into it. If you look at the top you can see some lines in the stone. They looked to be just in the skin but they are still showing two inches in. I think the original cut may have been a fortunate cut that just missed them. They are fully healed but I do not like lines showing in my knives that look like they are cracks. Arizona Petrified Wood has these same sort of lines and I seldom find any without the lines. There remains about 5 to 6 inches to go and I did not see any on the end I glued the block too so there may still be good news.