It took me long enough to write about this most “handy” tool. The Type Selector, created by Michael Wörgötter, is the Pantone swatchbook equivalent to typography. The 226 specimens, which are grouped as Serif, Slab Serif, Sans Serif, Script, Black Letter and Display, fan out allowing you to compare multiple faces at once. It’s quite solid, in fact, and will stand up on its own allowing you to keep your selections sticking up for easy reference. I’d call this the most useful design tool of 2006. Good on ya, Michael!