Well, as I told Levi: If there will be any... There are still many limitations in 3D printing, it is not very suitable for fractals I have learned, but I have two other prints arriving today! Glad you like it Brent!
I guess you refer to the 0.7/0.8mm thin wire limit in WS&F (note that you also have to take the angles into account). Anyway, this material is excellent to start playing with the 3D printing concept and you can get acceptable results with 1 or 2 coats of paint, but IMO Frosted Detail has a much better potential because it looks like a smooth casted piece whereas WSF is very rough, porous and less detailed (although very strong, this is true). Contrary to the recommendation, I feel that even Stainless Steel is more detailed than WS&F. I still have to make meaningful tests with the Fine Detail materials.