I am a professional firefighter. I have been engaged in art since I was about 6 years old (Thanks Mom). I hold a degree in architecture and that is where my true love for art formulated. I've worked with computers since 1970. I started off with Fortran programing. Technology was very fast paced at that time. Keeping up with the trend, I was able to stay in the mix. My first computer was a Macintosh. That was the shit at the time. Then the PC arrived. I was hooked on that for countless years until I discovered the benefits of Apple and my connection to it. All that I can say is that if you're working on a PC with Poser, you have no idea. I first discovered this secretive 3D medium in 2005. I started with Poser 5. Glad that I started there (not too particular concerning previous versions). To me, V3 was and is still the most manipulable of all characters since. The morphs are truly unique to the chacter. I hardly ever use V3 now. I believe in morphing standard characters to my own particular liking as so to make them my own, One of a kind. To me, Poser is by far the leading character production program. I sometimes use Vue and always PSCS4 for any postwork.