Great post, Tina. I want to get something off my chest that might seem like an irrelevant or trivial issue, but I just want to ask the question and I don't think it's *completely* trivial: Why does PANDORA punctuate its acronym in a non-standard way? I've seen it as P.A.N.D.O.R.A. and now you're rendering it as P-A-N-D-O-R-A. Both methods I think are distracting and give an unprofessional appearance. I make this comment, not in the spirit of anonymous Internet snark, but because little things like that bother me when I know they're likely to affect the perception of organizations and causes that are worthy of attention and respect. Appearances *do* matter, because they are one of the ways we communicate to one another about credibility and intentions. I worked in the publishing industry for years, have expertise in copyediting and proofreading, and know both the AP stylebook and the Chicago Manual pretty well. When my eye "trips" over something in reading I can usually tell you the reason why. The Chicago Manual says periods should not be used with abbreviations that appear in full capitals regardless of the number of letters. Abbreviations in this context includes both acronyms and initialisms. I assume that PANDORA is an acronym (pronounced "Pandora") rather than an initialism (which would be read by pronouncing each of the individual letters), but either way, the periods should not be present. I think I offended Dolphin at some point in the past on this message board by complaining that an article linked to was in Comic Sans (a font that is widely derided for being a sign of unprofessional text production) but I was actually in earnest. So, please indulge me, because I have wanted to ask this question about PANDORA for a long time.