I am only too aware of many members respect for Chorley, plus http://www.rafinfo.org.uk/BCWW2Losses/ versus their attitude towards the old lostbombers.com database. The lostbombers.com database has been duplicated (letter perfect, page by page) at: http://www.lostaircraft.com/ But with a twist: They are actively soliciting expert members to update their database, make needed corrections and to add information that has come to light over the intervening years. Would the outstanding bank of experts here be interested in making a major contribution to this (IMHO) commendable project? (Noting that the vast majority of Bomber Command Losses during the first two years of the war have yet to be added.) I am right nervous about cross posting this onto http://ww2talk.com/ - lostbombers.com got flamed over there with a passion I have rarely seen. So I will wait quite some time before cross posting this, awaiting what arises here. Your thoughts? Tnx!