I'm running low on my box of Bic's Great Erase pencils. They are the greatest pencils I have ever used for my schoolwork. You have a generous amount of erase, a removable top to refill the graphite easily (unlike the generic Bic mechanical pencils where the erasers would get too short so you can't pull of the eraser to refill your pencil), and an eraser that can almost literally turn your paper back to its original color! It's been a lifesaver for my art projects to fix up smudges and the like. Unfortunately, Bic has informed me they do not make the Great Erase pencils anymore! I was just devastated! Okay, that might be pushing it, but these pencils were just near-perfect, and it's hard to find a replacement. So, I was wondering if anybody has any recommendations for a high quality mechanical pencil that was a generous amount of eraser that can be refilled, can be refilled with graphite easily (.7 mm preferably), and has an eraser that can literally turn your paper back to its original color after erasing something. I've been seeing plenty of kids with those Dr. Grip Pencils, but the eraser looks small, low-quality, and I assume aren't replaceable. And it appears to be pretty expensive and not as expendable as the Great Erase or even Bics "el cheapo" generics. Correct me if I'm wrong. If not a pencil, I'd like to know a brand of erasers that is very high quality. I bought a pack of Pentel Clic Erasers and was disappointed by how they left marks even if nothing is on the paper! The reason I'm burning through my Great Erase pencils so quickly is because of my art projects. I often find myself erasing things, and the Great Erase is just the best for cleaning your paper. So, I guess it's more of a problem of an eraser, not pencil. I guess I'm really in search of a quality eraser that cleans the paper well.