It is nice to meet you Johathan. I have not heard of Anajet. Does it only print on garments? I was mainly drawn to sublimation because of the variety on items I could make, including T shirts. Mistakenly I thought the market must be flooded with Tshirt makers. But I see the light now, a lot of people make them because a lot of people buy them. I really appreciate what you have told me so far, so if you don't mind I would like to pick your brain some more in the future. Your offer to print for me is appealing. I like the feel of DTG, I should say the lack of feel, I am not a fan of stiff rubber. The teacher that I met with told me this story: "We did not want to pay for full color, so we just picked one." They showed me a royal blue shirt with a horrible yellowish greenish, rubbery transfer. My first question is: what is she talking about when she says they did not want to pay extra for full color? How are those things made? Are DTG and sublimation the only ones that dye the fabric? She agreed that she likes that best, but buying a lot of them makes getting something nice is cost prohibitive. Then she said another teacher actually purchased the shirts last year and she thinks they paid $7.75 each. Is there a way for both of us to make money and charge her somewhere around that price? I only ask because I have absolutely no idea what wholesale DTG costs, please don't be insulted if this is way out of line. I understand that what you make is a much better than what she showed me.