The background: This set was originally thought to be an ASM set (see Mock-Up thread), but somehow I came up with the idea of labeling paulsons. The inlay: Done by mizuchaud, thanks again for a great work - th "Mujaba Club" was the name of a fictional bar in the James Bond movie "The Spy who loved me" - as a great fan of the bond series, this was the chance to unite two of my big hobbies. Creating the set: Step One: getting the blanks I got the chocolate and blue chips from a german forum for a reasonable price - also got 100 yellow chips in the same transaction (all were hotstamped roulette chips)! Those were pretty worn and I used "Oxi Clean" to clean them. Work good on chocolate and blue, but I just couldn't get the yellow ones clean. So I sold them again and bought another yellow rack here on CT. These were better but still not completely satisfied with the condition. A lot of work to do: The green ones were a rack of "Sahara" chips which I obtained in mint condition from a fellow CT member from the UK - the pink ones are starbursts and the purple ones also roulette chips! Step two: Oiling and cleaning The used chips needed a lot of cleaning and oiling and it took me several hours - the chocolate chips were pretty dried out and I made the mistake to completely oil them (despite reading here that it could cause trouble when labeling these) ... but I had to know better - will have to wash them again to get the oil off the recessed area! Dried out chocos: Step 3: Unwarping: The yellow chips were slightly warped - I read about the microwave technique here and it worked pretty well - also tried this on the starbursts, but DO NOT try this as the hotstamp cught fire after a few seconds ... lost 3 chips due to that! See a picture of the yellow chips before and after "unwarping" them: Step 4: Getting the labels These were made by Palm Imports and are just perfect - Joe did a great job in helping me to find the right size and the turnaround time to Germany was surprisingly quick (just 5 days shipping time) So I think I put together a great set - the inlay looks awesome in-person and I'm afraid I have to get a cash set for these too: whether ASM or customize paulsons again (or even BCC - there's still two weeks) - I dont' know yet! The only things that bothers me is that there are colour variations within each color, but as we don't play tourney that much I can live with that. Same thing for some chips that still look a bit dirty! More pics of the labeled set still to come!