Four days… when you set your mind to it, what can accomplish in just four days? If you are the guys at One Drop and CLYW apparently you can construct a complete retail yo-yo from the ground up in just four days. When you think about it, that is not much time to sit down and design the yo-yo in CAD, machine the first proto, test the proto, machine a second proto, test that one, have your teams decide which one they like, have the machinist secretly pick the one that is going to be made while the teams are deciding, anodize the retail run, laser etch the run, assemble the run, and then finally package all in time to sell the first run at Cal. States. Keep in mind; the CAD work alone took Chris, David, Shawn and friends a full day on their own. That whirlwind pace took place this year between PNWR and Cal. States while CLYW was visiting One Drop in Oregon. Now I would be remiss if I did not mention that the key to pulling all of this off was having their team members with them. That allowed for instant and invaluable feed back in all aspects of the design process. The other secret weapon they had was that they pulled in their friends for a true collaboration; from Evan at Toxic strings who anodized the initial run to One Drop’s shop neighbor Nando at Next Step who did the laser etching. I will admit, I am not doing it justice describing the process here. I have linked the Summit documentary at the end of this review… give it a watch. Now the question is “Is the Summit any good?” I will answer that question a little later on but I can say that the people involved loved it with Chris M. from CLYW saying flat out that it is one of his favorite yo-yos that they have ever designed. After watching the documentary and seeing just how many people were actually involved, I did have one question that kept coming to mind “is this a case of too many cooks in the kitchen?” Time to find out.