The original K0IDT Petition was only 7 pages and in it’s essential elements was very basic. It generated probably a couple thousand pages of comments, replies to comments, replies to replies to replies, and so on. Everything from highly technical dissertations to emotions, name calling, and hurt feelings and everything in between. Lots of drama. It just seems to me that what may be missing is a concise, objective, statement of why the original Petition should be rejected. All this other stuff is interesting intellectual exercise, but it is hard to tell what does it mean as a practical matter to the average ham operating cw or ft or psk, who wants to identify the pactor station that just clobbered their frequency and obliterated their QSO? One filing that does stand out is the ARRL ex parte comment on the symbol rate petition, which was co-filed on this preceding. It made some thoughtful points, without spamming the ECFS.