Makes perfect sense. You guys are genius at this stuff, When you start slowing down in your old age I hope you don't end up living in the past like me. Seem like after 60 it's a downhill battle, I asked a doctor who was 64 once if he thought he could make it thru med school again. He laughed big time and said no way. lol I use ZDF on everthing after you told me about them a while back. And now it appears you guys have figured out a way to multiply the nyquist frequency. I get the jist of it and in a way it seems silly to oversample a single sample but I have a feeling the output of the filter is cumulative when you consider the stream of samples going in and out. To put it another way the stream changes the working values within the oversampled filter and it's not really a single sample process with the a delay like the old filters. It's pretty far over my head but it's pretty fun watching you guys develop new things. It brings back old memories of my prime, we came up with some analog stuff like parametric filters and thought it was the cats meyow. lol I made all of the electronic crossovers, time delays for our pa and put active electronics in our electric guitars. Simple shelving filters and buffered the pickups with a high impedance load, noiseless fet switches and compressors with noise gates. Then playing gigs with all the stuff turned out pretty good. Then the Commode 64 came out and started to make a light show with it for the band. Then the party took a turn and I had to fix broken electronic stereo's and musical equipment until I retired. Hard to believe we were so self sufficient back in the days. So ya, later when computers started getting good the old band made some recordings and thought it was great compared to tape recorders. We started going to town with filters and it didn't take long to notice a big difference on slow sample rates. It's cool to see it all get better and I get a kick out of watching it grow even though it's technically way over my head. later, time for dinner.