I simply insist on saying what you mean, so we don't have to spend three pages getting to what you "really" mean. I never made accusations; I simply pointed out the implications of what you were saying. You had pages and pages to correct your idea so it didn't say that. It was only my drawing attention back to it that you eventually realized you had overstated your case and have now altered and improved it. And that's OK. But instead of being appreciative for helping you move your idea forward (which is what you wanted), you cast aspersions about my duplicity? It may have been a bumpy road to get here, but you did make some progress, did you not?