I finished plying this skein yesterday. The fibre is Fleece Artist merino/silk sliver that I bought from Gemini Fibres. The spinning was done on a combination of the Ladybug and Matchless. When the Matchless came I switched the flyer from the Ladybug to the Matchless and finished the spinning on the Matchless. The plying was done on the Ladybug. I haven't measured WPI yet but it's a lace weight yarn. I still have 50 grams of this fibre left that I've started spinning. We'll see how long it takes to finish. This I'd like to spin and ply completely on the Matchless. I find, so far, that spinning lace is much easier in double drive because there isn't that tug on the singles. In Scotch tension no matter how light I keep the tension there's always a bit of a tug. If I try to lighten the tension anymore there isn't enough tension to wind the yarn onto the bobbins. I think I am going to like spinning laceweight a lot more in double drive than I have with Scotch tension.