Materials were great.
Instructions "meh" at best.
Need a video link imo
Using 3M transfer tape I made two food bags for bear hangs without stitching except to anchor the buckles for the roll-down closure. They are super water resistant. At least in a bathtub. Rain is not that challenging.
Sewed well into stuff sacks and the delivery times were great.
0.51 oz Dyneema® Composite Fabric CT1E.08
I love the Dyneema composite material. It is very much like the material a monarch caterpillar spins around himself to form a chrysalis. Or somethingspun from an army of black widow spiders. In fact, it feels quite a bit like those extremely lightweight produce bags at the grocery. You think it is going to be weak, and it is certainly not.
I built a small parachute prototype using the 1/3 oz/yd version of this composite, and had an assistant run down the hallway with it to see what it looked like. Of course, full gallop, she caught the thing on a fire door frame which halted all activity instantaneously, tearing it from her grip and hanging there from the corner of the door frame by one gore. I really expected it to be damaged somehow, but it was not.
Its only weakness is its absolute intolerance to heat.