G3 and G4?

 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
It's a very common misconception in the "Industrial design ultra cool surface styling" world that some higher continuity values like G4 are necessary.

I have to agree with this statement, when an Industrial designer with a bow tie is involve with a project you know your in trouble with getting your blends looking really, really nice.

I've mentioned this before about the definition of 'A' class surfacing that I've read; 'If the surface is smooth and pleasing to the eye, then it is an 'A' class surface.