I finished the cake I made using the Satin Ice, I actually found it a little more difficult to work with than the mmf, I had a little problem with it cracking when making the ribbon for the cake, so I had to work some Crisco in to keep it from cracking. So this is my opinion about fondants (at least the four that I have tried), Wilton is hands down easiest to work with, (but doesn't taste good) Satin Ice is the best tasting, (although a little harder to work with). Home-made buttercream fondant, (easy to work with, but lacks in taste), finally, mmf, tastes pretty good (as far as fondant goes) and if you add a secret ingredient to it, the mmf is easy to work with. What is the secret ingredient? Half a box of Wilton fondant! When you make a full recipe of mmf, and add half a box of Wilton fondant to it, you lose the bad taste of Wilton fondant and make the mmf easy to work with. It is a win, win! I have to tell you, this was not my idea, I stumbled across it on you-tube, I can't remember the gal who gave the tip, but it is a great one! I think you could probably do the same with Satin Ice, combining the two would give you the best of both worlds, great taste and a great workable fondant! That is what I am going to go with, it just makes life a lot easier for me to buy premade fondant, by the time I buy all the ingredients to make mmf, it isn't that much more expensive to buy the pre-made, and it is a huge time saver. This is a picture of the cake I made, this was a lot of fondant work!