Another thing to keep in mind is that LM-5 was not even targetting the Gachetta formation, as they did not expect it to extend this far.  In fact, they anticipated production from the Mirador if successful.  That being the case, they must expect that the Gachetta will be capable of producing steadily above 2,000 bopd, otherwise logic dictates they would move up-hole and test the Mirador.  My guess is they will restrict it in the 2,500 to 3,000 bopd range and tie it in immediately. 

Then there is the added bonus of the 15ft of net pay in the lower Gachetta.  The 4-5 development wells they anticipated cannot have taken into account the lower Gachetta (they didn't know it was there), and likely only addressed the middle Gachetta in a very limited way.  Las Maraccas could turn out to be a 10-12MM bbl pool, and La Guira is so close it is almost an extension of Las Maraccas, with another 7-8MM bbls P50.

It is too early to tell at La Casona, they need to test the additional formations , but 80ft of net pay in 2 of 4 formations is huge, I think a fair bit larger than they anticipated.  Flow rates at Mirador, if successful, will be a big catalyst.