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Tommy, I added some info to Pook without talking to you, I'm new here as well and read your request after I posted it. I will be happy to take it down or adjust it based on your concept. I am sorry I did this without talking to you first. Chalk it up to being a Noob, please let me know what you would like me to do. Thanks for your understanding.