Well....I wonder if the phraze, "The Devil's in the Details" applies to our journey. I wonder if it says that we are still in our journey but the road beneath us seems to run out. Some sufferers may have this under control, while others are just beginning the long process of seeing doctors, self doubt, explaining to family and friends how you feel and what you believe about your symptoms, and then getting unsolicated advice from well meaning people who apparently seem to know more about your symptoms than you do. Meanwhile some may not be able to work, or may not be able to go back to work. I know I am not alone....loss of dignity, loss of financial stability, loss of home, loss of will to fight the daily fight. Loss of integrity as the bubble that surrounds you expands and expands and expands. And the loss of the respect from your spouse who no longer believes in your once mighty capabilities. The arrows of hope seems to point in a million directions, but none of them lead me to the best possible place in the shortest amount of time, with the least financial risk, and with the best possible remedy for gaining back what once was called...Normal. I'd say that the Devil is in the Details. If your asking what specifically I would like to discuss, well...I would have to say either all or nothing.