boring thread alert SORRY GOSH i have a double mouthguard from everlast/wipps($30): i don't like it. i am currently considering protech, gladiator, biteme, or my dentist. i can get a guard from my dentist for around 60 bucks because he took molds today. he is an excellent dentist but admits that he knows very little about mouthguards for boxing/mma. he showed me what types he can make and the thickest is a clear thick rubber/plastic stuff that was rated at either .15 or 1.5. i am not sure what unit of measurement that is in, but assume you mouthguard pros know what i am talking about. i happened to have my current mouthguard in my backpack and it seems to be the same stuff and his was a little thicker. my questions are, is this stuff suffiecient in only one layer? i do not think he plans to put in a rigid middle layer, how important is this? i appreciate the modesty and honesty you guys have displayed so far, and am asking your professional opinion. i am under the impression that dentist quality is the highest, and want to jump on the chance to get such a good deal, but want to be sure his is sufficient. if it isn't then i will get a custom one from one of the vendors here. sorry to make this such a big deal but even 60 bucks is a lot to a college boy- 150 bucks is 2 months training. finally, if i decide to get a custom through the mail, how much are replacement mouthguards from your companies? thanks in advance for any help you guys can offer. i do recognize that you are businessmen so i understand if you do not want to comment on the dentist mouthguard.