Yep, and then add freight over from the Netherlands. I've put out some inquiries to try and see if anyone could do a small run of custom molds for us. The PP or HDPE plastic is not expensive, and making a mold die on a CNC machine is also not hard if you have the CAD/solidworks file. I just don't see what costs $150 for maybe $20 in plastic after you make the die. Maybe 30 years ago, sure, when you still needed a lot of skill and precision, but now that everything is computerized, you're just paying for raw materials, and overhead, and initial design and tooling. Hopefully I can do the last two myself and get a small run of molds for a reasonable price. I mean... if we put this order through with Kadova based on everyone's quantities, it would be enough money to pay for a small, used prototyping plastic injection mold machine. The math doesn't exactly add up in my head with this whole situation. Either I'm severely underestimating production costs, or the profit margins are extravagant. Sailor, it seems a little like the printing industry to me. Technology now is not what it was 20 years ago.