James, I like the shot and really like the other 3 you've posted recently, it just looked overdone to me. I fight that all the time with my cars and occasionally my architecture, when is it time to stop the imaging? Actually, the idea is to not have it apparent at all but because so often we shoot one part here, one part there, the time spent making it look right is considerable and even then there are many times the image ends up ever so slightly off. There are many reasons for this but I think the primary reason is that our clients don't want to spend the money to do it correctly (which is time consuming). I have been reviewing work of mine from when I shot film and even though it still was retouched the effort to make the image perfect right out of the camera was considerable and it shows. There are a few examples in the Pro Discussion of what I'm talking about.