I’d wish everyone use standard NATO/ICAO phonetic alphabet. However having had the X-Ray in my call; many times I faced the situation when the X-Ray was falsely received as the Echo. So I was literally forced to use non-standard words like a Xylophone, Xavier and so on. Moreover, having a QSO with non-native English speaking operator it could be easier to use operator’s national alphabet if only you know its difference from standard NATO/ICAO. The most important IMO is to complete QSO especially if one is working rare DX. So why couldn’t we use anything non-standard? And yes again, I wish everyone use only standard alphabet. Whatever. 73 from Uruguay Tenerife Siete Uruguay Xilófono.