Being a huge BYU fan, I purchased this puzzle, sealed it, put it in a frame and was going to put it on my "man-cave" wall. I thought "wouldn't it be neat if Eric would sign it first? So, one phone call later, and a trip over to the Lindon store/shop, and I had the puzzle signed by the artist! Eric, thank you so very much! Having met and talked to you was an incredible experience! Not only are you an incredible artist, but truly one of the nicest guys I have ever met! My family, who was with me, all agreed! Now, as far as the puzzle goes....I have one word that sums it up.....AWESOME! The detail Eric puts into his work is absolutely amazing. There is a "story" in every puzzle. When I opened up the puzzle, there was a copy of the puzzle, with numbered dots on it (33 dots in this puzzle). If you go to his website (Dowdlefolkart.com) he explains each numbered dot. They are actual individuals, landmarks, interesting facts relating to the puzzle that Eric has drawn into it. I thought "What a great idea"!! To sum it all up...if you want a high quality puzzle that is fun for the whole family to put together....and worthy of framing when it's done.....check out Dowdle Puzzles! You'll be happy you did!