I don't know about the rest of you but one of the things I enjoy the most about Blender is material editing. Even before nodes it was fun to layer textures and procedurals together, adding and mixing...ahhh material bliss. Recently an interesting tutorial on texture stencils has come to my attention and its well worth the look for those new and I think even experienced Blenderheads may learn a few things.
The tutorial has quite a few nice tips, for example:
Hint: if you have already inserted two textures in the first two empty slots, use the buttons to copy/paste to/from the buffer in order to sort them: select the second texture (from the top of the list), and click on the small arrow going upward. Now, select, the third space (from the top of the list), actually blank, and click on the small arrow going downward. Now select the texture from the second slot (from the top of the list) and press in order to delete it.
We hope to see a few examples from you all. If you need a place to host don't forget imageshack for images and we'd be happy to host a .blend file if you come up with something you'd like to share.