Today on some astronomy blog I read about the ongoing analysis of GPB data, but I no longer have the link. Does anyone have anything current? Here, for starters, are some old press releases http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=19819 (as of 28 February 2006) "...We are now entering Phase II of the data analysis, which will last 4-5 months. During this phase, the team will ..." http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=21294 (as of 7 July 2006) "...As of July 7, we are continuing to progress through Phase II of the data analysis process, which began at the beginning of March and is scheduled to run through late August 2006. During Phase II, our focus is on understanding and compensating for certain long-term systematic effects in the data that span weeks or months. The primary products of this phase will be monthly spin axis precession estimates for each gyro, as well as refined daily spin axis orientation estimates. In this phase, the focus remains on individual, rather than correlated gyro performance. ..." What I've heard leads me to expect no surprises, but I could be wrong---may have misunderstood something. Anybody else have views they want to express at this stage?