K.I.S.S. I appreciate your thoughts. It’s good to get all opinions. So now let me try and address your thoughts. First in regards to the countless variety of pill shapes and sizes. Yes I have given this great thought and my feeling is that at least initially my device is best suited for the clinical trial environment. In these cases the pills could be designed for the device. Then if the device showed merit, other pills could be custom designed to fit the device. I don’t see the device as useful to the casual medication user, but more for people with chronic illness that required continued medication. The key to the device is not the mechanical components, but instead the integration of the Smartphone’s computer in the medication delivery process to combat the non-compliance and counterfeit problem. Second with regards to exposing your pills on your Smartphone. The prototype unit was designed to accommodate commercially available components. A production unit would use custom designed components to allow for a much smaller and sleeker package, not unlike current battery back-up cases used today. And of course the pill cartridges and dispensing compartment would not be transparent. So the only one that would know what was in the case is you. I don’t believe there is one answer or device to solve the serious medication issues, but I do believe our InteMed devices offers one potential one.