Older ND graduated filters—crazy?

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Older ND graduated filters—crazy?

I started down this path because I had an older cokin P system and one graduated soft filter that I had  from my film days. Liked the effect.   I have adapters for all my lenses.  So I was thinking of buying some Singh Ray graduated filters— Galen Rowell brand  a .6 and .9 soft and a .9 hard.. as I had read better quality product .  I live in Canada so must buy these in the USA so warranty is harder if not non existent  if a problem .. only distributor in Canada has old stock from 2008 ( he discovered) after having it listed on their website but could not find it when they went to look for it after I enquired. They were listed on Singh-ray website as Canadian distributor. Know there is not a lot of demand for this product as most reviews are are not very recent.  So I wondering if  likely old stock from USA too or not to worry and just go for it  from B&H. At this point not really wanting to start from scratch with newer system as harder to get here in Canada and very expensive. Willing to spend some money to try out further to see where it leads..  or am I crazy trying the Singh Ray graduated filters.   I have ordered already some solid ND filters and have a good tripod.  Overwhelmed by contradictory info while researching.  Please advise..

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