I agree. I have respect for PE-K but do not agree about his view that no one in Second Class got forward at all, let alone got saved on lifeboats. His opinion is logical in the sense that whereas there were Third Class passengers at both bow and stern sections, all Second Class passengers were in the stern part. BUT, we have to consider that after the impact it took the Titanic 2 hours and 40 minutes to sink and in that period, most passengers and crew came up to the boat deck albeit at different times. Depending on their state of mind, travel experience etc, once on the boat deck they need not necessarily have confined themselves to "their" part of the ship.I agree that the idea that no second class survivors boarded any forward lifeboat is hard to believe. With a number of third class survivors boarding forward boats, then second class passengers must have been in and around that part of the boat deck as well.