I agree fully with you and Deby. So much effort, time, and money has been invested by RUGs in UFT and its predecessor programs, by people like you, the late John Wiegard, Theresa Reed, Dick Cleaveland, Paul Lawrence, Dorothy Exley, Ken Macomber, and many others. These activities have been so helpful to the publisher in promoting the program, yet the company is totally unappreciative, and it gives no credible encouragement that UFT will continue to be supported, developed, and marketed. It invokes company secrecy as an excuse to refrain from giving any credible, positive assurance about the future of UFT. Such corporate folly is usually guaranteed to doom their product and commercial endeavor to failure, but that seems to be their intent, bizarre though it seems.