The one thing I could never keep up with is the fact that CafePress could print just one shirt right when it was ordered. I know they are using heat transfers, so I tried to get into that line of business. With the amount of work it takes to cut away the excess transfer, I found it way too hard to keep doing this. Things like letters where all not connected, the images people uploaded could be anything, and even getting a plotter with an optical eye didn't seem like it would help that much. Now, I have never actually seen a shirt printed from CafePress that has major gaps, text, or images that are seperate from each other. Do they remove all of the transfer that isn't used, or do they go ahead and leave it?