If you ever have the opportunity for your unit to be photographed for a commercial, take it. An aside; several years ago we were contacted by an ad agency, representing an unheard of manufacturer of dental equipment, Heraeus Kulzer. Apparently a German engineer recognized vague similarity between their "translux power blue polymerization light" (?) and the transmission gear shift column of a 1959
mercedes-benz 190 sl. Our car was chosen for the shoot.
Bottom line: we were paid handsomely, the picture appeared only in obscure trade journals, and the photographic crew lusted not over the car, but our old excella. The model, a gorgeous young natural blonde girl, still appears on the company web-site (eating one of my apples), but alas, not in the car. She used the airstream for a dressing room and her pheremones have endured for years.
Since that time we have received a call from a dentist in San Antonio and an endodontist in Seattle asking if we would sell the car. Imagine if the excella had been pictured. Twice since 2001, the photographer (near Chicago) called about using the airstream, but both times we were in Arizona.
[URL=http://www.heraeus-kulzer-us.com] and click on light-curing unit.