I'm working on some new class topics- based on requests from attendees from the PPFA and WCAF conventions. One is "Framing LARGE items". It deals with sourcing over-oversized materials, frame construction and corner support, backing materials, ways of framing very heavy things like large mirrors, etc. The other is about shop safety. In the insurance class I taught this year, many who attended were unaware of a "Right To Know" book or what MSDS sheets are. They also were unjustifiably fearful of a Workers Comp Safety Audit (not from OSHA - but a preventative review from your insurance carrier to be sure you can pass an OSHA inspection). This class would cover safety methods and topics that may be overlooked. Any other thoughts?