Suturing is easier than most think, and stapling is even easier. It’s pretty forgiving too. Skin is wonderfully forgiving, where even the worst suture job can smoothen back out in time. The most important thing is to get the tissues back together relatively quickly. It’s better on the tissue and reduces the exposure to infection. The thing I saw the most with inexperienced rookies suturing was making it too tight. All you want to do is gently close the wound, not tie it up with force. Stapling is much easier for a person that’s never done it before.I want to get a practice kit like he's using. This seems pretty cool but I would want to know what I'm doing before I staple on a person's skin.