Good Stuff Good stuff, thanks for the information. About 6 years ago I was contacted by the Henson Co. in regard to their internship program. I have all the information at my parent’s house in NY, So sorry but my memmory is a little foggy. I had written another one of the many letters I sent to the Henson Co. and a very nice young lady called me back to see if I was interested in an Internship. Having a degree in Advertising Graphic Design she thought that was the kind of intern I wanted. I wanted a puppetry internship but those slots were all filled up and I would have to wait until next year to reapply. There were other none performing slots open, but like a fool I did not want one of those. You have to be in school to qualify, and I only had one semester left before graduation so at the time waiting to reapply next year was out of the question. I am guessing that this is different now; they may no longer be offering internships. The performing interns go really quickly so you have to get on the stick about having all your ducks in a row. It is also a good idea to have some money in the bank because if I recall correctly they did not provide housing or food for there interns and I cannot remember if they were paid spots or not. If i go home for the Holiday I will see if I can dig out My Muppets file and get the address for you all. I have a question to all those who make/ build there own puppets.....No I am not looking for you all to spill your secrets out to all of us here. I just want to know what kind of Glue you use to glue the foam together...I was using rubber cement, but after painting my puppets the cement bond failed and the puppet fell apart. Is there a better type of glue or bond that will work better?