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I got so wrapped up on your website and the accompanying spreadsheet that I believe I forgot to thank you for the refund on your 'scope arm. I apologise. I'm sorry for that. I am really thankful. I have made this particular arm something of a crusade today. The term is out to all of my prospective suppliers to think of the gears required for its repair. 1 day it will be restored. I won't quit until it is. After installed on the 'range, it is going to carry with it that the narrative of my chance meeting with Paul Golding and how he came to "present" this arm for me. Everybody who will listen will understand about you and your generosity. Your private pages have filled much of my free time in the past few days. After going through your data and studying the correspondence between you, your physicians, testing labs and so-called certifiers I will sum up my thoughts in one sentence: Infuriating! It is for cases similar to this that I really wish I had unlimited funds to take care of these quacks and set them out of business... if not in jail... because of their rash and irresponsible actions. I am confident that you must feel the exact same. What always happens in a method predicated on certification is that those accredited stop responding to some but those that do the accrediting... who essentially respond to no-one. There are a few strong take-away messages from all of this: 1. These laboratory errors are but a picture of what is happening across the whole variety of tests these labs perform. And when I mention "labs", I mean global, not only in Australia. The problem is that labs, while dismissive of individual's challenges... are not contested by doctors, that are too often both clueless about and assist in choosing the labs to work due to their inconsistent and unreliable results. As my dad always reminded me, "Why shoul...