In my earlier thread regarding low humidity causing cupping I said that the original inspection was done by a NWFA certified inspector. I just found out that it was actually done by a FCITS certified inspector. Is the training that the FCITS inspector received as good as the NWFA inspector received? Is it the same? Or does it come down to the brains and integrity of the individual inspector? In a way this relates to the "If you lost it" thread. The principles involved in this are going to demand a "Certified" NWFA inspector. I hope this doesn't create name calling or anything because that's not what I want to do. I'd just like to hear some opinions from the pros.