Okay, this is the most important print I've done thus far and I'm very concerned about getting it right. Some of the things I'm doing in this print I've never done before. It is four color, one discharge underbase, and three water-based colors on top of it. I have printed his same design before on just a few shirts using the discharge underbase and plastisol inks and I was not satisfied with the results. I have since decided to print all of my shirts with waterbased inks, and I like the way they look and feel a thousand times more. I've only done one color waterbased prints before, so I am breaking new ground there as well. I've never flashed a water based print before, is there anything different involved in it? Should I raise the flash unit higher? Flash for longer? Less amount of time? Matt at Westix said that I should flash after the discharge to make the colors stand out better. I believe I will flash again after the blue and white, before my black outline, since I have trapped it slightly. I am a little worried about how that trapping will affect water based inks. Has anyone ever tried? I may just flash between every color. Is that a bad idea? (not concerning time as a factor, just print quality.) It seems to me like it would improve print quality, as ink will not build up on the bottoms of screens and cause smudging. (as is a common occurrence when I print multi-colored plastisol prints without flashing) Any suggestions, anyone?