What about QSOs that have been confirmed automatically but have invalid or missing data? For example, I uploaded quite a few with 0.0MHz, and it appears in the log as " mhz" also another record I see all the time is "0 watts"... I would like to know my QRP contacts vs. when a record simply didn't have a power adif entry. Another I see is 0.00000 Lat/0.00000 Lon. Some I see an ITU zone defined and others not, same with CQ zone. These are all on confirmed entries. I'd like to apply the correct ITU/CQ Zone as those might be valid for future awards. If the record is locked, that's it, done deal. I wonder if it would be better to lock essential data, i.e. that of what constitutes a valid QSO match... date, time (+/-30min), band and mode. Then allow updates to the rest? About awards. It's interesting that an award may be valid and then invalid. Let's give this scenario. Say I am a roving station and I submit my log in error. I had stated CQ Zone 4 but I was actually in 3. When doing routine audits I find the error but the QSO was already granted credit for CQ Zone 4. Which is worse, giving credit for an incorrect CQ Zone or allowing the logging station to update it to a correct CQ Zone 3? I'm not sure, just tossing things out I am thinking of when browsing my own log book and confirmations.