This is huge news. The MOST comprehensive mineral in this guide, by FAR, is Quartz. With HUNDREDS of varieties/subvarities, and in so many forms, colors, and styles, this took a very long and grueling time to complete. We seperated Amethyst and Citrine into their own pages due to the many individual varieties, images, and individual localities for these. We also seperated Chalcedony, Agate, and Jasper into individual mineral entries for this same reason. All this is done now. Next are the other Quartz polymorph's Tridymite and Cristobalite. These should go very quick!