Volume 19 falls in the "average" category for amateur tapes. It features three matchups, none of which are going to make the honor role for anything noteworthy.
The first segment features a very thin blonde with Brunhilde braids who's supposed to be some kind of rock groupie who's sneaking out for a lunch time fling with her long-haired music idol. After their bout which features him cumming off on her shaved pubes, she tells him to wipe the cum off so her husband doesn't get wise. No, I think Brunhilde should leave the gooey residue on her pelvis and see what her husband's got to say about it.
Segment #2 features a guy and gal rolling around on a bed with the guy wearing a pair of very crusty-looking white socks. There is such a thing as blue liquid Wisk. Likewise, wisk this scene off the memories of your mind.
The third matchup is probably the best of the bunch featuring a babe who looks like a refugee from the Partridge family. She's got the TV repairman coming over to fix her 13" portable. The repairman brings enough tools to overhaul an L10-11 but discovers that the girl just forget to plug the set into the wall socket. A decent scene.
Volume 20 asks the musical question, how can I lick your tattoos, let me count the ways. The highlight scene features Tom Chapman taking on a blonde who has some interesting designs inscribed on her right leg. Samantha York, who has a marking or two, takes on Ted Wilson. Decent tape but nothing spectacular.