I'd love to see an article specifically about support spindles. There's a new book recently out on a flash drive called "Fleegle Spins Supported," and it's become one of my most used spinning books now. I didn't realize that support spindles are so convenient to use and can do such wonderful micro-thin yarn, like that used in the famous Orenburg shawls. I use drop spindles a lot, and, of course, my wheel, but these are a whole new experience. Fleegle, her Ravelry name, has such a wonderful sense of humor in her writing, and such an excellent way of explaining things that I had thought I sort of understood, but didn't really. I'd never seen so much information and great photos about support spindles anywhere, She teaches, and it shows, and one of her hobbies is knitting gossamer fine shawls from yarn that she spins on her Russian and Tibetan spindles, much like the Orenburg shawl tradition. I rank her book on support spindles up there with Abby Franquemont's Respect the Spindle for drop spindles. They're both invaluable on those topics. I know you have something coming out on the Orenburg shawls, which I'm looking forward to getting, but Fleegle covers other support spindles as well as the Russian ones, and there are some woodturners out there making some absolutely gorgeous ones shown in her book that I just had to order. I love drop spindles and own a lot of them, but I think I'm going to love using these even more because they're perfect for when you sit someplace that doesn't have much space around you for the drop spindle to hang free. I think more spinners might adopt support spindles if only they knew how to use them better.