Sadly, Quintron's patented Drum Buddy machine is still an extremely rare find. Although his original intent was to produce 100 Drum Buddy units in 2000, the "target date" arrived and Mr. Quintron stopped production after building and selling only 44. Seven years later, Mr. Quintron built ten new and improved Drum Buddy machines with wood recovered from rare sinker cypress logs and sold the units for as much as US$5000 each.
In addition to working in New Orleans as a performer and inventor, Mr. Quintron has also taught high school science and operated as an independent electrician (Mighty Mouse Electric Service), and may do so again if the mood strikes him.
During the original Drum Buddy craze, Quintron released a product demo album and a video infomercial that could be easily mistaken for material from the Church of the SubGenius. In 2003 he released an album called "Are You Ready for an Organ Solo?" on his own label, Rhinestone Records. After that, he released "Electric Swamp", which also included a DVD of Miss Pussycat's puppetry. In 2007, he released "JAMSKATE", a 12-inch EP.
New Orleans film and video producer Rick Delaup has documented Quintron, Miss Pussycat, and several other interesting Crescent City locals for his Eccentric New Orleans website, which he may ultimately turn into a documentary.
After they married, Miss Pussycat and Mr. Quintron closed down the Pussycat Caverns she operated on Burgundy Street and moved into a house on St. Claude Street they dubbed the Spellcaster Lodge. For many years, the legendary lodge in the Lower 9th Ward served as their home, performance space, and mad scientist's lab until it was flooded in 2005 by the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Quintron was so desperate to repair their home, which was not insured, that he snuck in to begin work even before residents were allowed to return to the neighborhood. To avoid suspicion from soldiers patrolling the area, Quintron wore fatigues while he worked on his place. Quintron and Miss Pussycat lost everything they couldn't fit into their touring van, but they eventually rebuilt the Spellcaster Lodge at its original location. When not at the lodge, the two continue to tour and perform.