What you are seeing here is a detail from the book that I'm currently printing. Notice anything amiss? Yep. That right there is a rather inconvenient typo. Makes the whole cursor thing seem like pure genius. Usually, this wouldn't be quite so bad; you'd just have to alter the line, cut down extra paper, get your type back onto a press, and take a second pass at things. Unfortunately, I am working with a case of Baskerville 10, of which there are limited sorts, so I am setting, printing, distributing, and setting again -- which means that I only discovered this typo because I was distributing this particular block of type. I picked up the word "fantastic," dropping the letters into their compartments one by one, and when I got to where the first 't' should be, I froze. Where in the H was the 't'? I immediately pulled out my proofs, and there WAS the proof: "fanastic." Oh, the horror! Oh, the disappointment! It had been like that all along, and I missed it. Fixing this mistake, then, meant not only reprinting but re-setting the entire page and the page printed on the flipside. Just another ten hours or so, but who's counting? Much better! I did consider leaving it, but I knew it was the kind of thing that would always rankle me. Better to put in extra time now and feel satisfied with the outcome. Assuming, of course, that I don't discover more of these as I go. Here's hoping!