The CAA is quite a large organisation compared to the other ones and i think that's a good thing. I even wish it would be much larger. I also like that it has a serious, competent and professional appearance (the website etc.) and seems to be well connected (part of the XMRV Blood Working Group, for example). Kim McCleary is healthy and well paid. I don't mind the 180'000 or how much it is, if her work is worth it. Give her 300'000 if she can get us a treatment in a reasonable time. But from a healthy person that is not a volunteer we can demand good results. And this is not convincing to me.