Great post re Wedinos in the PED area Martin. So as not to derail that particular thread, I thought I'd ask here how you see the future of performance drug testing, availability and legality panning out. Now, obviously that requires an element of crystal ball manipulation, but I guess we can look at certain facts and consider them, then see where it might lead. 1) PEDS are here to stay, or, at least, solutions and pills purporting to be PEDs are. All the powders in the universe could disappear but there would still be concoctions on sale purporting to be the real deal. With that must come an ongoing need for testing. 2) Wedinos reports only on drugs present and not on purity and dose strengths due to budgetary concerns. Do you see a time when an alternative provider might offer more - at a price? I understand that working out doses etc is probably not in the NHSs best interests. 3) The biggie - what can people do to protect themselves against harm? Obviously other countries clamped down hard and drove the entire problem completely underground, leading to many reports of contamination and plain bogus materials. Last I read, the panel advising the UK Government was satisfied that PEDs were in the correct category. What would it take for this to change and PEDs to move to, say, class B? And in moving to class B, if so, would this reduce harm, which is the main point this nannying is dressed up as? Thanks for your time - a broad question but one that might lead to an interesting thread.