There is a fundamental issue with mining in this game or any resource collection and @Chris really needs to look at resource collection with a birds eye view. In order to get an Ingot you need 4 ores. Let's take Elysium for an example, with high end skills and a full run of the mine. You will probably come out with about 60-63 silver ores. That's about 15 ingots, and enchant is 5 Ingot. Assuming you have already created your armor and you have exactly what you want, you can possibly put 3 enchantments on to that armor with 1 round trip of Elysium mine. This is assuming everything goes well, RNG fell into place and no failures. Sounds good right but imagine if it doesn't. Currently we have no way to get our material whether it's Ingot, Silver or any material that it takes to get back the armor/weapon we made back instead we get crap back. If @Chris could look at resource collection and give us the ability to recover materials used in making an item and also materials used to enchant/mastercraft on salvage. If I am a Master at creating say cloth armor I should be able to get back my cotton or even 1 beetle I used to create that piece of armor. Why do I always get crap back as a Master tailor. Let's be even fair lets say at 130+ you are able to get your materials back, lets up it a bit since anyone can GM a skill nowadays. Make us work for it @Chris but allow us to get some even as little as possible material back that we put into making that armor. You can spend hours mining or collecting other resources and when it comes to crafting, when you begin to craft that perfect piece of armor. What are we supposed to do with the armor we deemed useless, the ones RNG didn't fell into place, the ones that didn't get that exceptional roll. Selling the items to NPC vendors is not worth it and salvaging it is even worse. So please I beg you @Chris give us the ability not to waste our time and make resources collection an amazing experience lets us not waste these resources as we are doing now. Make playing meaningful like you always say on your streams.