I took an hour or so last week to visit a local woodworking store/warehouse that is only about 5 minutes from my office. I've lived here my whole life and never knew these folks existed - they're one block off a street I've driven more times than I can count. But, they are a woodworking place, and until I got into slingshots, the only wood that had my interest was found at the local big-box home improvement store. I walked in to this place looking for a source for reasonably priced birch multiplex. Yeah, they have it, and a nice selection too, plus the price is better than anything else I've found. Since I wasn't there to buy that day, I spent some time wandering around and found lots of other things that are going to cause me some financial grief if I go there too often. I'm pretty sure I was drooling on the nice hardwoods, but I imagine they're probably used to that. Couple the selection of woods with a huge array of tools and finish products, and I've definitely found a place I need to avoid I snapped a couple of photos of what I found inside. I'd like to hear what you folks think of the multiplex pricing since I don't have much to compare it to. Sorry for the reflection on the price list, the 3 columns are for 60"x60", 30"x60", 30"x30". In the next photos, I just grabbed some shots of some various stuff in stock. I like the 'craft board' area - some great wood to use for scales and laminating, all in good pre-cut sizes perfect for slingshots. They also have some Pink Ivory in stock - apparently a very rare wood - and the price would confirm that - a small piece was about $80USD, and that wouldn't go very far. They also have some beautiful pieces of burl wood that would make for great scales or palmswells. I know some folks have mentioned buying wood at Rockler, but we don't have that store here. I suspect this place is very similar.