I am trying to get some feedback on what kind of ink people prefer on their shirts. For those who don't know, plastisol ink is the kind of ink that has a heavier feel to it, but is typically brighter in color after you wash it. Waterbase ink is ink with a very soft feel, that tends to be a little less bright than plastisol. The positives to plastisol are that it retains a brighter color and tends to "pop" more off of your shirt. Think of a tapout or Warrior wear type t shirt. The negatives to plastisol are that plastisol ink has a heavy hand, or feel to it, and tends to crack over time. The positives to waterbase ink is that it has virtually no hand, or feel, and gives a more natural or worn look. It also never cracks. The negative aspect to waterbase ink is can have less "pop" to it, although some people prefer this kind of look. Think of an Affliction or Eternal Unltd type shirt. We are currently using waterbase ink for all of our shirts because we like the look and feel of waterbase ink. We have had great feedback from our customers on the soft hand of our shirts, but are now designing our next season of clothing and would like to know what people prefer. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!