An article at physicsworld.com suggests that arbitrarily small measurements can be made. Ozawa: "My theory suggests if you use your measuring apparatus as suggested by the maker, you can make better measurement than Heisenberg's relation" Regarding his opposition: "They now prove that if you use it very badly – if, say, you use a microscope instead of a telescope to see the Moon – you cannot violate Heisenberg's relation. Thus, their formulation is not interesting." The implications of this seem important. It would be interesting to hear some informed comments on this.