I had Rook and Rose's Coggins test done when the vet came to work on Rosie. He asked me if I wanted the traditional paper or the electronic version. I had no clue that this was even offered. He showed me the difference. Of course you all know what the paper looks like. But for the electronic, they take pictures of both sides and the front to put on the test. The results get emailed to you instead of waiting for them to be snail-mailed; and if you misplace them, you can just go back into your email to print them out. Oh, and it's all in color. It did cost me $4 more than the regular, but I think it's well worth it. This way the vet can't make any mistakes in drawing out the markings; and there can be no contest that the horse on the printed report is not the horse you're riding. I can't wait to get the results. Neither one of them would stand good for their pictures. Everytime I would step away, they would be trying to come to me. And I think Rook is chewing on air in at least one of his side pictures.