I have read that as well---that his specifics are sometimes inaccurate. You know, it's remarkable how diffused information gets, especially about events occurring so far back as Hamburg in the early sixties. The memories of those who were there sometimes seem to fall victim to their own over-telling of the same story again and again; and then there's personal perspectives---not everybody saw the same event in the same way, you know? As for Dr. Gottfridsson, I know him to be a very helpful correspondent---not one to evade questions, and honest when he doesn't know the answers. It's cool to try to get the correct facts, dates and sequences of events; but even the Beatles themselves often screw this stuff up. Thanks for the comment, Bobber...always happy to hear from you!