I misunderstood! I thought you were talking about putting together a set of lab tests that people should do. (Like the "methylation panel" of Health Diagnostics which I remember that Rich had advised doing.) Now I understand that you are putting together SNP results, and not lab test information. --- Although, it might be an idea in your results to note down for each important SNP if there are specific lab tests that are good to do for that person's allele pair. For example, "BHMT-08, TT alleles: baseline blood test for x, yearly urine test for y" or whatever. That is probably very complicated and beyond what you are putting together at the moment, but it would be so handy for a lot of people.