Finally decided on a manufacturer, The Chip Lab. Attached are a couple examples of the samples I received. I wanted show the design one more time before I have them made in case there is any last minute input. The last free things I am trying to decide on are: 1) To keep the gradient on the chips. The digital picture looks really cool with gradient, but it almost looks like part of the chip is faded on the actual orange chip seen in the picture. 2) Whether to leave the edges blank on the non-camo cash chips or to try to come up with some sort of text, symbol or edge sport for the non-camo cash chips. 3) to make the $1 chip camo or not. Simply because I like the camo chips so much, and the $1 will by far be the most used chip in any cash game I host. Possibly same could be said for T100 chip. If I do something like this I will have to change the $100 chip, but it will be rarely used. Same for the T set, if I change the T100 to camo I would most likely have to change the T1000 color. I am open to any other last minute suggestions any of you may have. For some this may be the first time you have seen this chip, but many of you will remember the design threads posted last year. If you search for "angry mallard" you can see how I got to where I am with the chip.