The downside of this technology and the Light's work and some of the pathogen work is that it really is cutting edge stuff - and it does take awhile to become accepted; that's for sure. The best thing for us really would be to have some tried and true test show up that people with ME/CFS went bonkers on but, except for the Pacific Fatigue Lab stuff - which I thought was going to change everything overnight - we don't have. However, the exercise is working its way into research protocols - look at the Light study - and I think it will pay off in dividends over time. We're unfortunate that low blood volume, which is consistently found in ME/CFS, is just not of interest to the medical profession. It was explained to me that it was considered a kind old research topic, and its not sexy and it doesn't involve new technology and its hard to get people to really study it. That's just bad luck. The same is true of the aerobic exercise research....there's just not that many researchers are studying that in reference to disease apparently..(Dr Snell said they weren't sure which journals to submit their studies because its so different) .so we weren't lucky there either. To me it looks like new technologies are going to be the way out. I say that begrudgingly because in some ways research into ME/CFS is still just beginning and who knows what a concentrated search that accounts for subsets could find out using the tests we have now.