Since grandtheftdisco asked, here’s my experience so far with Matt and Dave’s Porcelain for the People Clay. It’s really, REALLY soft. At least that’s how it came to me from Matt and Dave’s. I’m used to working with a somewhat stiff B-Mix from Laguna and I probably use more water than some would like when centering. You really can’t add much water to this porcelain clay at all. It’s already so soft you can barely touch it. I had to work slowly, at low speed on the wheel, and apply a very light touch or my walls would quickly open up or become uneven. All the items pictured above were made with it and they are pretty small (some espresso cups and some little individual serving size baking crocks). I tried throwing something larger and quickly lost control of the clay. Pulling handles wasn’t too bad but I dried the clay out a bit by kneading it with my hands before I started. I’ve decided to let it sit on the shelf and stiffen up a bit before trying it again. I’m anxious now to see how what I’ve made fires and glazes. Fingers crossed.