HA! I love your response. You are a gentleman as well as a wonderful cordwainer. However, consider the essence of what art is. Which details should be on display and which should be hidden? "Refinement" is an issue to be dealt with in the heart of the end-user. The finest detail is one that MAY be characterized as one which is no longer even noticeable. Doesn't that defeat the point of creating art in the first place? Rembrandt was a master in the use of light. He knew well how light acted in the natural world. However, he often played with it and added an "unnatural" element to his works. A truly "refined" masterpiece MAY be argued to be one which 100% represents "perfection". However, in viewing his works, it is sometimes the "Flaws" (intentional?) that make them true masterpieces. For me, perfection can only be achieved thru mastering "imperfection" and then learning how to properly use it. I sometimes post in all caps... when i accidentally hit the caps lock & don't feel like re-typing.