Nice description on the extracting process, but I don't think you emphasized enough how sticky it gets :lol:
One thing though, your hands never feel as clean as when they are all stick with honey and you rinse them off with warm water. Better than soap.
Nice website by the way, I just sent you an invite to join Beemaster's webring.
One good point that Jim brings up is keep the whole process in mind when buying equipment. If you plan on having someone help you, one person can be uncapping and the other extracting. In this case a larger extractor does not neccesarily make the job go quicker, because you will constantly be waiting for the uncapper to catch up.
Not sure what size frame they refer to when sizing an extractor. I previously said mine was four frames, but that is because we only use full deep supers. It will hold 8 medium frames. Working with my dad, the four deep frame uncapping is just about right with the extracting time.