The intercepts on those discovery holes (2, 3, 4) are exactly what they need, >1 metre to nearly 5 metres. They're as good as almost any vein system elsewhere in B.C. The vein widths on the Ottawa next door were <1 metre to 6 metres. You're right about the next round of drilling as Rainbow will have to show that these veins run at depth and along strike. The terrain is not very mountainous by the way which is why they say they can drill during the winter. I'm interested to see if this is more of a gold system or a silver system, or a combination of both.