Yeah, I totally agree with Schilling, too. But I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for Fehr to do the right thing.The one problem I have is that it gives those who are not among the 104 names a free pass that they don't necessarily deserve. Just because a name isn't on the list, doesn't mean the person is clean, just that he either (a) wasn't tested or (b) was smarter about what he used and how he used it. And how damning is it that Orza apparently tipped off A-Roid about the test. There was apparently a contention in the Mitchell report that Orza had tipped off someone else, as well. And Inty, it's time sports fans in the US woke and realized that doping isn't somehting all the "evil" countries do at the Olympics, it's just as rampant in the US as anywhere. Remember Rocky IV, how part of painting Drago the "bad guy" was to show him being injected with what were obviously steroids, while good guy Rocky worked out the old fashioned way? How telling is it that Stallone himself uses HGH.