Thanks for the kind feedback! I certainly share your frustration regarding certain State officials who sometimes make decisions based upon faulty reasoning or limited understanding. I experienced a similar issue with an official in my own State (Minnesota) who expressed "discomfort" allowing new instruments that were not being introduced by a major publishing company. But when I asked her to provide specific evidence or documentation that either the CPI or FBA Profiler did not meet MN State requirements she reluctantly admitted that she could not do so. She also (very reluctantly) admitted that she could not disallow the use of these instruments for special education eligibility determination since they did technically meet State requirements. The fact is, I have gone to great lengths to ensure that my products meet the same professional standards as any other nationally standardized assessment instrument. Competing with large test publishers is certainly an uphill battle (especially since I don't actively advertise). But I am pleased to say that both the CPI and FBA Profiler are currently being used in over 1000 schools across the US. Unfortunately, you appear to be my only customer in Idaho. Perhaps it would help your State official to know of the relatively wide and successful use of the instruments in other States or to remind her that both instruments are indeed appropriately developed and nationally standardized for use with preschool, school-aged, and adult populations. Of course you can also point her to the examiner manual posted on my website which provides a description of the development and standardization process along with documentation of validity and reliability and the high correlation with the BASC-2. Otherwise, I'm not sure what more evidence she could want or need. Good luck with your efforts!!