I am back from the Ohio QwM show and it was great. There were wonderful classes and the instructors were exceptional. I bought my new machine and ended up with a Nolting instead of the Innova. I was dead sure I was going to buy an Innova but they would not take my Tin Lizzie as a trade-in and their shipping and set up costs were very high. Both Nolting and Innova as well as Gammill moved so smoothly and easily. They were the only ones that I test drove. I did see Gammills new machine that is priced under $10,000. The line to test drive that one was practically around the block. I'm very happy with my choice and can't wait for it to be delivered. Since I had a quilt half finished when my QM died, I am hoping for a very short learning curve.