I've started my own personal pet project in trying to suggest a possible revamping of the often dreaded intro physics lab. My philosophy here is two fold: 1. Teach skills in how we arrive at how things behave 2. The students shouldn't be encumbered with "theories" that they need to either "prove" or verify. So the experiments are meant to be done without them even being aware of the physics behind the experiments. As always, I welcome feedback. I have no idea where this is going. I've thought about contacting a few universities around here to see if we can get some funding to try it out, but with my "day job" being what it is, I just don't have the time. Zz.