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Looking for a 3D Walkthrough example using Punch! Home Design

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First one to point me to an EXCELLENT example of a 3D Walkthrough using only the program Punch! Home Design gets the points.
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The software has an experts forum of its own:

http://forums.punchsoftware.com/
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