I like that Buchstein's Fibre Limb is "soothing to your stump." That's probably the most important feature of a prosthetic device—besides functioning as the limb that was blown away, that is.
That's the most important thing - my friend years ago in the 70's had diabetes-amputation related prosthetics and literally couldn't wear them due to discomfort. A great deal of progress since then, thank heavens.
I'm trying to remember if 610's the Pillsbury Building in downtown Mpls. or not. It'd make sense since the prosthetics were located here due to all the grain dust explosions.