Wow so much has happened in the last few days.
I now am a proud member of Greer. The only bad thing I can really say is, they don't know how to kern. This has inspired me to ask the question:
Why is kerning your type so important?
I have my reasons... but what do other designers think. Yes, rules can be broken, but only in the vain of objectivity. Doesn't there need to be a reason why, for breaking the basic principals of typography? Is type subjective and if it is, then how does one define good type verses bad type?
I am calling on all my fellow designers, to find out what they think. I will let you know the results.