I totally agree. That's exactly what I do too. When a customer tells me they want a white background I shoot the gray one. They're always kind of shocked that there's a gray background when they requested white. Then I show them the first image on the LCD and they are onboard...lol Hey, here's a quick question for you... My seamless backgrounds have a wavy or bubley surface to them and it shows in the photos. Is there some way to make it look smoother?