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Ah Don, perhaps a bit of altruism there, as Charles Dickens once wrote "Great Expectations", and indeed they certainly would be, but the caveat of course, would be the the programming bias of the said computer manufactures.
Don I learned a very long time ago that consultants seek to act in what they perceive is their patient's best interests by virtue of their training. They all push their own wheelbarrows, it is up to you to decide which one to jump in.