Hey guys, any of you interested in following precisely the next step in BP's attempt to fix the oil leak in the Gulf? I'd be interested in "exactly" what they're planning. However, I'm not familiar with the sub-sea design. For example, I assume there is a 20" well bore below the sea bed, followed by a very large mechanical blow-out preventer which I believe is about 40 tons and 40' tall, then this is followed by a 20" section of damaged riser pipe extending out of the blow-out preventer. Any way to find out what exact model of blow-out preventer is down there, perhaps a schematics of the current configuration of the setup, where they plan to cut it, how they plan to cut it, and what they plan to install, where they plan to install it and finally precisely how they plan to "attach" the cap or valve? I'm just curious. I think it would make for a very interesting 4-day story for all the mechanically-inclined guys out there if we knew more about it and I'm sure there are BP meetings right now discussing the precise plan including diagrams of everything. Is it impossible to get the details coming out of those meetings? Edit: We've gotten some information about this that was posted in the general discussion BP; Top kill shot, watch live. Tried to delete this here but cannot. Sorry.