Anyway, it got here yesterday, and it's awesome. I figured with the bright colors, etc. it would make a cool macro if I set it carefully on a white background.
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All I did in post was set the white balance using the technique discussed in this post, and then add what I call a "reverse vignette," which is just a white-to-transparent radial gradient from the center to the corners, with the layer style set to Overlay, at whatever opacity suits you. I used 30% here. It helps draw the eye to the center, but is even less noticeable than a vignette.
Other than that, this is the first photo that has ever made me wish for a light box. There are millions of tutorials out there to make your own for cheap-as-free, so maybe I'll try one out, just to get that literally perfect white background.