I know I know this has been talked through before but I wanted to see if there's newer opinions. What is everyone currently using? We currently use Talladium's Tuff Rock in white. I personally like it but I've been wondering if it may be causing some problems. This one doctor always complains that his crowns are too tight. He always asks for as much die spacer as we can. I am always adding as much as the slider lets me on exocad and also started expanding the crown on the x/y axis about 0.02. To me this just seems more like a band-aid to a different problem. Could it be a problem that this stone just expands too litttle? According to Talladium it expands 0.05% which seems to be on the lower end for all the type IV die stones out there. Only this doctor complains about that unless there's more doctors with the same problem but they're just not saying anything? - Back to die stone brands. Pretty much everyone seems to agree that Fujirock is really good. I'm just a bit confused with all the different ones they have which honestly seem the same. They have EP, EP Premium, and New Fujirock.... The expansions seem to be really similar... Any ideas on what's the difference? I asked GC and I was sent some descriptions that dont help at all. Also, does anyone have a preference in color or think there are benefits of some colors? GC seems to mention the brown or ivory is ideal for ceramic restorations. I personally like plain white but I'm always open to suggestions. Thanks!