I've got a question for all you number crunchers out there. I could figure this out myself but one of you probably already has this info written down somewhere. SO here's what I'm trying to figure out. Before 1.1, we got either large or small eggs/milk from our animals. This translated easily into either regular quality mayo/cheese or gold star. Nice and simple. Well, now in addition to having two sizes of product, we've got star quality levels. Silver, gold, iridium... How does the star quality of the raw product affect the selling price of the artisan good you make from it? Say for example you use a large, iridium star milk - but you only get a gold star cheese. According to the wiki's numbers (without rancher perks or anything) you'd be losing 80g every time you did this. So is it better to just sell the iridium quality milk as-is, vs. turning it into cheese? Does it work this way for eggs as well? I'm not seeing anything about iridium star mayo or cheese over on the wiki, so do these products not exist? Or are they just not documented over there yet? Just to save someone some time, I'm not interested in whatever perks you get for having Rancher or Artisan professions etc. I just want the raw data for the basic products so I know if I should be selling the stuff with purple stars as is or continue turning it into artisan goods. If you've got a chart handy somewhere I'll happily take a look at that so you don't have to type it all out. Thanks! EDIT: I realize you can make iridium star quality cheese by using the casks, but I don't have the cellar yet so that option is a long way off for me.