just a word of warning which has already been expressed by others, as soon as you give yourself a company name and myspace or anything, you are no longer "making it for the fun of it" potential customers, (no matter HOW distant away it is for you to be doing drums for strangers, they are still potential in the future) will no viewing you as "some kid who makes some pretty cool drums" you are now, "a company that i expect what i pay for" you remember what bodiesablaze coped when he posted drums where the the lugs were a fraction of a degree off center, because he was presenting himself as a company, not a hobbyist. and thats what you are now doing. I dont want to be some guy to come and step on your dreams because we all know how that feels and i dont want to do that to you, but its not going to be "some 14 year old kid" its now "some professional company" and if you think you are ready for that, awesome. If your product is ready for that, even better. but if your doing it for friends and family, they know who you are, why do they need some fancy badge?
I dont know, its your decision, but i had the same dreams when i first made my electric, and the shell for my snare, but thats a long way away if ever and im going to cross to the "company" status. And i plan on holding out until when i feel my workmanship is ready for it.
Up to you though...
Zildjian, Wuhan & Istanbul cymbals
Pearl & Mirage kit.
Steve's Back! ..............kinda