I would like to completely redraw this in alibre also but I am slow to really get into that program. Ya know Don, if you made some Alibre tutorials also I think the world would give you a big smile cause there is not much out there for that program at least from what I have seen. Making one object is not a big deal but doing a larger assembly with a paid for video instruction would be really great. Hint hint.
I am pondering the idea of creating some Alibre tutorials, but I am hesitant to put in the work it takes to break into a new market. I had used Alibre for a little while back in 2011-2012 and even produced one tutorial that sold very few and only to fellow TurboCAD users that also had Alibre. Then my work world got very busy and I only looked at Alibre again in May of this year when I 'retired' from my day job. I have been playing around with Alibre quite a bit since May and find it a reasonable program and it is much easier for me now than it was then. Like you, I also see that there is nothing for comprehensive tutorials and so there is a place for them. Alibre, like TurboCAD, is a very small market, so putting in the time for little return will not be the motivating factor. I will need to find something in Alibre that make me want to do it for the love of it. My love affair with TurboCAD had been renewed since I retired and I am once again enjoying the process of tutorial production. Even still, there are very few new customers, most of my tutorial sales go to previous customers who purchase many if not all that I produce. I can't imagine that they are still looking to learn (but some say they still pick up new things with every one). I expect that many purchase and work through them as a form of entertainment or just to support me in this endeavor. Whatever the case may be, I appreciate it more that they can probably imagine. At any rate, time will tell how this will pan out.
Hope you don't feel this response is hijacking your thread.