I have several questions concerning M87's jet: 1. From observations by the HST of the jet, its speed was determined to be several times faster than that of light. The superluminal effect has been attributed to visual effects, a conclusion I do not dispute. However, I do not understand how the measurement was made and what visual effects would give rise to a FTL result. Anyone have any insights? 2. Has there been an opposite jet detected? 3. If M87's jet were pointed directly towards us, what would we likely see (across the spectrum from gamma to radio)? 4. We have some measurements and knowledge of the galaxy with its jet pointed away from us. How might that data set be different with a head on view?