No man, I'm pretty sure he was talking to Brian. He's quite an instigator on here. Pretty sure no one meant you any disrespect. The comment about the actuator needing to be on top seemed pretty spot on, though. I was thinking while I was watching the video that it should push the a bar up and down, like a wheel with a cam, maybe? It could come in a little anodized casing which could come in an array of colors, and you could get rid of the "coils" all together! Just kidding. I did sort of like the way it combined pneumatics with springs, but having used a Neuma for many years, the air compressor can become a little cumbersome; and as far as pneumatic machines go they're at the top. I think if this company really wants to pursue this that maybe they should start from scratch and come up with a whole different design that uses actuators on top and bottom but still has the springs. I know that no one involved in any invention ever wants to hear "start from scratch", but the ideas there; just seems like it needs to be fleshed out a little.