Tough going with poor audio, though it improves a bit as it goes on. Twenty minutes in, just up to the first question, my impression of N2YBB is overwhelmingly positive. His comments are calm, well reasoned and insightful. He gives significant background to several of the major issues, and internal conflicts within HQ leadership. He discusses the outrageous behavior and toxic environment created by a director [N6AA?] which is specifically why the Code of Conduct was created, and why he was censured. IMO, If the board had been more open with this information, the upheaval might have been prevented. He discusses why this was not so; the problem with actual and threatened legal action from disgruntled members, staff and former CEO candidates has made directors and leadership reluctant to make any public statements. [added] Again, only 20 minutes in, I see NO hint of disdain for members, or the opinions of members which are based in fact. He recounts a number of instances of abusive emails directed at him, mindless 'piling on" by members (including a close personal friend) who did not even read the error filled and abusive emails they forwarded to him. N2YBB outlines his perceived need to create several "National At-Large" directorships to give the membership greater voice in management outside the present regional structure. Mentions that there a number of enthusiastic and well qualified members with sound ideas who want to develop/lead programs but are hindered by current HQ structure (I am unclear what this problem is).