I have some Trans Graph paper packed away somewhere, and rather than waste more time going through boxes I just decided to buy more so that I could get started on my project ASAP. I'm cross-stitching a project for my father that I had hand-drawn and wanted this TransGraph paper to lay over the drawing to work from. I tried one of the computer programs once and found it time consuming and the "how to" instructions difficult to understand, what little instruction there was. This will be the second counted cross-stitch project I have done from planning to finished project. I found it more fun and satisfying than a pre-printed, color coded, counted cross-stitch pattern; don't get me wrong I like working those too. I had searched all the needlework stores in my area and several on the internet for the Trans Graph-x Graph paper to no avail. Then I found Nease's Needlework site. Thank you Susan!