The widespread use of software bill of materials (SBOMs) arguably depends on SBOM quality—that SBOMs contain sufficient and accurate information for the intended user to achieve their goals. But, until recently, it has been difficult to measure SBOM quality. New SBOM quality tools, a new SBOM dataset, and new SBOM quality research changes this state of affairs though. What do these new tools, datasets, and research findings say about the current state of SBOM quality? And how can you make high-quality SBOMs?