Bigger picture, in my opinion, the fact that the Galena core database provides the knowledge of the offet of the Polaris fault hanging wall vis-a-vis footwall mineralization means potentially the knowledge of the hanging wall vs. footwall offset could be applied at other mines on the hanging wall side of the Polaris fault, to discover the footwall mineralization of known hanging wall silver veins. Sunshine mine, historically the largest U.S silver mine, could potentially use the Galena core database offset to locate the bonanza grade drop downs of the Sunshine Vein and Chester Veins in the Polaris fault footwall, which together would represent, in my opinion, 200mm+ oz of silver, minimum, and likely more since deeper footwall mineralization is much wider and richer than the shallower hanging wall. Sunshine, like Galena, has a large warehouse of historic core that are still being logged into the geomapping software, merge the sunshine and galena core databases and who knows what aside from the Sunshine Vein drop down and Chester Vein drop down pops out - only upside, no downside. Potentially the galena core database could also be applied to helping find more silver at the neighboring Bunker Hill mine too, once the largest lead producer in the U.S. There is no 43-101 on Bunker Hill and basic info like who actually standing behind the LLC with title to the mine is for some reason a closely held secret...even the MSHA lists the previous operator, who is dead for perhaps two years as POC for Bunker Hill - the estate sold the mine over a year ago to this shell company, only contact person for the shell company is an out of state attorney who is the registered agent.