Trying to defend the undefendable I see. So are you saying that it has been fixed? No risk to the tens of thousands of patients who have been implanted with Cognis and Teligen? If so, why are there over 2000 reports in MAUDE in 2009 under Cognis and Teligen, most of them relating to header separation problems? Why are there already more than 1600 reports in MAUDE so far in 2010 for Cognis and Teligen, most of them relating to header separation problems? You can't hide these fatal design defects in your devices forever. It will come back to haunt you in the form of a Class I recall, followed by wrongful death lawsuits up the wazoo.