This time the news is that on 21 September this paper was accepted for publication in Astrophysical Journal. It will appear in January. http://www.arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0506370 Galaxy Rotation Curves Without Non-Baryonic Dark Matter J. R. Brownstein, J. W. Moffat 43 pages, 7 figures, 4 tables, 101 galaxies. Submitted to ApJ, June 20, 2005. Accepted for publication in ApJ, September 21, 2005. To be published in ApJ 636 (January 10, 2006) Graphically the fits look impressively good. We have seen this from Moffat before. There are about 100 plots for individual galaxies. Plus there is a lot of other stuff, like about clusters---plots and tables. the trouble is Moffat's work is not exactly main stream. he does not assume dark matter. It must be something of a struggle to get a paper like this published. the thought that it could conceivably be right makes one a little giddy perhaps SpaceTiger will have something bracing to say about the Moffaty modification of gravity.