Well I am updating a lot of my equipment. Most is 70's vintage. So I decided to update my ghille suit. For those who don't know who or what a ghillie is. It seemed a game warden many years ago found out he could shred burlap and tint it, make a suit to wear it the forest and catch pouchers! Well now a days, there is a fine art to making one, and all kinds of friends on the net to give you what you need and take your money. Of course I am not a game warden (nor a poucher), but a lover of the great outdoors and nature watcher (yeah thats the ticket). Sometimes the Mrs. and I just don't want to be seen be the animals we are admiring, or pesky humans. I have been studying making a modern ghille for about a month or so now. Burlap is out, Jute is in. Lots of cool web sites for you to visit, and learn about the craft. BTW I didn't even know exsisted two months ago. For the finest PRO suit kits your money can buy go to: http://www.ghillie.net/ Mike is a super guy, knows his stuff. If you want to spend a little less (get less too), and build yourself a home spun ghille out of everyday items and thier kit, go to: http://www.ghilliesuits.com/ Tracy was great to deal with. Anyone else is a waste of time. I have spent less than $200 and have enough stuff to build three suits.