I wanted to share what I have just done. I would have taken pics, if my phone wasn't dead and I was patient enough to do so. I used some keif from the dry ice method, using a 220 Micron bubble bag, from some Bubba Kush. The product input was a mix of fresh super trichy sugar leaves and some dry buds from an earlier harvest of the same plant. The keif was left to sit for 24 hours before the process. I used a smaller, sharpstone T press and a BIC liter to do the initial press. I wasn't satisfied with the results. Do not get me wrong, it was good enough to smoke, but I wanted something a little more pliable and more like a hash, rather than a clump of keif. So I decided to re-press the keif. This time using more heat and smaller amounts. I was using about 1 gram per disc originally, and on this trial, I used appx. .5 grams per disc, except for one disc, which was still a 1 gram disc. So I broke the hash up into the T press then used the hot plate of my coffee maker to heat the chamber for about 5-8 mins. The bar wasn't completely pressed, but rather just tightened enough to encapsulate the keif completely. This allows for the heat to transfer better through the trichomes. Once the press was just hot enough to not be able to touch with bare hands, I pressed it, using a towel to insulate my hand from the bottom portion or chamber of the press and cranked it hard. Then for my harder and darker disc's I place the press back on the hot plate for an additional 5 mins. I did this because I noticed that some would leak on the sides of the metal pellets that press it, and it also made the hash darker and more pliable. The stuff that leaked on the sides is scrape-able when cold, and is translucent amber in color. It resembles some really awesome hash oil. After the last 5 mins on the heat pad, I placed the press into the freezer for at least 10 mins. This resulted in my 1/8th inch light green packed keif cakes to become 1/16th inch brown to black hash cakes and on the knife that I scraped the residue that leaked on the sides of the presses. This stuff looks absolute premium. I haven't tried any yet, because I am having some brews at the moment and want to give a good report on flavor and smoke characteristics as well as the stoney-ness. I might take the 6-- half gram discs and use the same process to press them all together to get one 3.5 gram disc. Or maybe just press 2 together and make 3 gram and some discs.