No problem! Thanks for the feedback. The supports aren't always necessary, nor do prints always take this long, but yeah it's as much an art as it is a science trying to get the best results out of the printer. In the case of this model, it actually came with instructions (a major rarity) on the optimum print settings. I followed all of them aside from the print size - adding another inch in height would have added 6+ more hours to the print. An example of the my own fiddling making its way into this print would be that I printed it at 235 degrees C rather than the recommended 220. The blue dye in the plastic makes it not melt quite as easily or uniformly as some of the other colors I have.