An article wouldn't challenge my web space, but it would challenge my time, and then whatever I could write would be for my work flow, my particular aims with pano projects, and Mac only. Then after all that, there's the countless follow-up questions. The good news is that PTMac is very well supported with personal tech support. Kevin (the programmer) answers personal emails and also answers questions on his forum quite regularly and there's senior beta testers that also often have good answers. Unfortunately, getting started is a bit difficult, since there's no real manual. There's a sort of OK help section that's not complete enough, though. It took me an incredible amount of time to get familiar enough with PTMac to get efficient (with the tiny percentage of what the program can do that I care about) and an equally lot of time and experimental designs of more and more efficient carbon fiber panorama heads, again to do exactly what I want to do, and now only for the D2X. At least now PTMac really does work for exactly what I wanted all along, though it took a year of pestering Kevin to implement a few things that are absolutely crucial for me. I wish I had an easy answer, but I'm afraid there ain't one.