I've been late getting this posted, so my apologies for not getting it out sooner. A while back, we were having a discussion on finishes and Be had mentioned one of his favorite finishes "Le Tonkinois". It's a mix of tung and linseed oil with varnish. I did a little research and found that the only place to get it in the US was through a single importer. With shipping, 1 liter was almost $50 USD! That's a bit steep for something I haven't tried before. But Be thought I'd like it, so he offered to send some from Germany. I told him I'd only agree to that if I could send him something in return. In the end, he sent me a box of items, which you'll see below. He sent a nice sized bottle of the Le Tonkinois, which should last me a while. The second bottle is Gelomat - you mix this with Le Tonkinois to take the finish from glossy to matte in various steps. A 3:1 mix of LeT to Gelomat gives you a satin finish, while a 1:1 ratio would give you a matte finish. It's like getting 4 different products in one. Next he included a tool for sanding. It's the type of tool he used in building scale models for his work as an architect. It came with some really tough 100 grain sandpaper. He warned me not to be too aggressive with this as it will take a lot of material off quickly. He's right, it works really well. The 'airfoil' shape of the sander allows you to move over flat and curved surfaces quickly. It really works much better than just sandpaper alone. This is already a tool I'm using regularly, it is very simple, but very effective. Finally, he included more of that 100 grain sandpaper, some black sanding/buffing material and a strip of adhesive foam (still not sure what to do with that yet - we need to talk about that one). My thanks to Be for sending this wonderful stuff to me! I really appreciate it. He's been a great guy to get to know off the forum as well as on.