I picked up several T's that I've had on my want list and one I told myself I wasn't going to get just yet. First booth I checked out was Net-bug. I saw a few I wanted until one name caught my attention. Euathlus sp Red. I immediately purchased the incredibly small sling as I didn't know when I would see another one. Decided I wanted to check out some of the other vendors before purchasing more. I mean I literally just got in the door. So after walking away, looking at some of the other vendors, I realized Net-bug's selection and prices were to good to pass up. I went back and picked up a L. parahybana sling and a A. geniculata sling. After walking around some more I came across another vendor which I cannot remember the name of and saw some really small Hapalopus sp Colombia slings. Decided to think about it as I like dwarf species. But just to the left of those were some P. murinus slings. I said no to myself. Decided to walk around some more. But as I kept walking around I kept thinking how I've really wanted one. I decided I knew the risks, I understood what I was about to get myself into, and while I didn't exactly feel I was ready, I didn't feel I was unprepared, I've done my research. I took the plunge. My first OW is P. murinus sling. Decided to try my new macro lens for my smartphone since whenever I tried to take a picture it would never focus. Was quite impressed how well they came out for a macro lens that clips on. Euathlus sp Red - "Marceline" Lasiodora parahybana - "Peanut" Acanthoscurria geniculata - "Bacon" Hapalopus sp Colombia - "Pumpkin" Pterinochilus murinus - "Butternut"