The latestest copy of FCI arrived and it has some good reading. I was reading the FCI Editiorial by John Moore, and this statement caught my eye: "It seems that there is no end to questions that arise in regard to the causes of installation failure, but the majority of them share a root cause: mistakes made by the installer, either before the instalation, in assessing the readiness of the subfloor to have the flooring installed; or during the installation, when any number of seemingly innocent mistakes can lead to failure at a later time." What do you think of that statement? He goes on and makes some very good statements and I think he has stepped right into the middle of our reason for having the workshop in May. Do you consider his statement a bridge or a wall? There is also some very good reading in the letter to the editor by Kenny Downey in reference to what Michael Hetts wrote. Do you think these three men will attend the workshop, not as headliners, but as participants just like everyone else.