I work at my uncle's aluminum CNC machine shop and have access to some of the most technologically advanced CNC machines and CAD operated mills on the east coast. Anyways, we often do custom designing of products that have high demand, yet a relatively low supply of high-end manufactures. I was thinking about getting a new track hub design in the works, something higher in quality with that hand inspected and polished reputation Phil carries. So, with this in mind, I want to know what you guys look for in a hub, if you were to be on like a focus team. High flange, low, single fixed, fixed/fw, etc. What problems have you encountered with cheap hubs that we could avoid (manufacturing flaws). I'm all ears, and with your help, you may see a new breed of high quality hubs based off your ideas and suggestions available soon.