I appreciate Rubber Tapestry's information about the photopolymer/silicone clear stamps. (Love your peg stamps, by the way!) There's nothing like rubber stamps, but I like the clear stamps, too. Over the past couple of years, I have bought a great many of them from a large number of companies, including at least two dozen of the little Taiwan-manufactured $1.00 sets sold at Michael's, and I've had mostly good experiences with both US and foreign made products. So far, only two sets have yellowed -- one US made and the other not -- but both still stamp well. While there are differences in the degree of stickiness of the stamps, they all still peel off and stick back onto the CD cases in which I keep them. I have not had anything like the discouraging situation Ria described (whew!). My only bad experienced involved a set whose images were more detailed than the other clear stamps I've bought. They really did not stamp well and I returned them to my stamp store. I'll continue to buy clear stamps, but I shall definitely stick to rubber stamps for those detailed images.