Sure thing. I've long thought a video of such a process would help a lot of folks so the time has come. I think the best approach is for me to repeat the steps outlined, admittedly coarsely (I was rushing it out the door), in my ECFS document with a screen capture session to a video. I would like to do this on fresh data heard by the modem as it is still capturing frames on 3588.5 or so, but could also perform the same on the data from the document... or both. You know I was wondering about that as well. The only person that can confirm correct content is the sender. The fact that binary data fed through lzhuf spits out legible text with the proper email headers and such is compelling evidence. However, the for sure test comes from confirming the received message with the sender. Let me think that one through a bit, but in the meantime a video showing the steps towards legit decode is a proper step forward.