A good friend of mine used to sell hand poured baits to different shops in Northern California. He had a pretty good business going, but he wasn't making too much money for the time he had invested so he shut down the business. He had boxes of RTV molds, a lot of half used containers of powders and hi-lites and glitters and plastics...even a couple small presto pots. He also had about 35 - 45 bottles of LC and MF colorants. I bought it all for $100.
I bought a couple of Del's 5" and 6" senko type molds and started pouring senkos like crazy. I thought they looked pretty good...two colored baits...swirls, etc. Over time, however, those baits started looking pretty hokey because the colors started bleeding into one another. It was about then that I discovered CCM products and found that they label their colorants as bleed or non-bleed. It makes a big difference knowing what you're dealing with. I hope CCM continues to come out with new colors because it's my intent to use them before I use anyone else's colorants.
If anyone is interested working out a trade for my colorants and powders / hi-lites for molds let me know.
Sorry, it's just another long winded exhortation on the quality of CCM products.