Who said anything about breaking any rules? Many, if not most, don't know the rules; they simply follow the crowd ASSUMING they're adhering to some sort of rules. You ever wonder why lawyers very often seem to be "getting away with something"? Not so. They're simply following rules that aren't common knowledge. And many rules aren't made common knowledge simply because many "average" people can't be trusted to employ the good judgement necessary for special information or knowledge to be used wisely. I guess I should be offended by the apparent inference that I'm some sort of crook or that I'm doing something crooked - or even that I'd ask somone else to do something crooked but I'm not. What you propose to do can - and probably will - get very expensive and time consuming; perhaps so much so you'll eventually have to abandon it. That will be unfortunate but, in deference to your sense of "fair play" - however misguided - consider the offer withdrawn.