Back on the 25th I kicked a post out talking about not being sure that I was all that taken with a pair of Ever Ready's I was give. Since they seemed to be on par with DE's but I didn't quite like the primitiveness of the 1912 Ever Ready and the 1924 Ever Ready shovel head. In my hands they seem very clunky, heavy and I really dislike the noisiness of the shave. So a kindly forum member sent me a couple of injectors to try. Today was the first time dip into the injector pool. I injected a new blade into a Schick G4, lathered up and shaved away. The first thing I noticed was that the bulk was way down compared to even the DE's I normally use. These tools have great maneuverability and they are little lighter than most of the DE's I have (the exception being my '59 Tech). With that being said I did pick up a few nicks along the chin line and the "Adam's Apple" area, but I give that to this being the first go round. Injectors are pretty cool over all. I like the process of loading a blade with the little metal injector tool/blade bank. So this does add a little zing to the whole process that gives it that certain something that sets it apart, kinda like loading a Leica camera! It's a little weird but it's not work. So I'll stick with SE's for the fun of the difference, probably using the Schick much more than the Ever Ready's. Indeed I'm actually willing to trade the 1912 Ever Ready for an British Rocket if there is any one out there that can swing that it would be great (I'm an big Anglophile). Also what are my choices for sources of refill blades besides Schick. Any thoughts?