I took a lot of info from Paul a year or so ago about HHG. I use it almost exclusively. You’ll never understand how bug of a headache PVA glues are until you get comfortable with HHG.

I feel like PVA solved a problem that didn’t exist, and then created a few more.

With HHG, you don’t need a million clamps. A sprung edge joint and a single bar clamp is all you need for a lamination. Rub joints are effective also (I can’t remember the last time I clamped a miter).

Also no need to spend hours sanding and scraping off squeeze out. A rag with cold water gets the bulk of it, and who cares about the rest. It has no effect on finishes at all.

I audibly sigh now when I am forced to reach for the titebond III