Sure, but you misunderstand my motivation. IOW, I have zero quarrels with my wings or how they're attached, it's the FAA buffoonery and ensuing peanut gallery panic I'm trying to skirt here. I used to believe having a really proliferate airplane was a good thing for my ownership economy. Now I'm potentially finding out this thinking was flawed. I realize that thanks to the monkeys around me, we can never have nice things. To the point, Lances are virtually absent from the training environment, and PA-23s are old enough and low enough in training fleet volume these days they aren't likely to spring up a wing spar AD at this point on account of a derelict puppy mill dream-seller. I suppose the Seneca I is the only one I'd be walking into a trap on that list, since it's fairly proliferate in the training environment. so I'll concede you that one and scratch it off the list.