Well put, Ben. Indeed, drawing the line and deciding when to go to publication can be a difficult question, as there is usually always another tantalising lead or two to follow. I've procrastinated on periodical articles I've been approached to write, as even within that comparatively limited scope the urge to follow every single possible lead to the utmost limit is overwhelming. I've always been reluctant to wrap up my work on Lowe, as new information seems to come in on a fairly regular basis.I'm rather an advocate of the idea that "the process of study and research" does not stop the moment a researcher decides to publish their material, whether in book or article form. What I've discovered, through looking into the lives of passengers and crew associated with various shipwrecks, is that there is always something new and fascinating to be learned.