That was always the direction BPS in general and the MUS ideology was heading for, and very explicitly so. I wonder if people, including those making the decisions, understand this. I think so, but obviously the general public and those who report on this do not understand this important difference. Though at least one thing this will accomplish in the end is dismantle ridiculous retorts like Sharpe saying something like "well, you just go ahead and do your own $8M trial if you're unhappy with PACE", since no one will ever be repeating that multi-billion dollar mistake. I have no idea how the architects of this expected the thing that failed every small and medium test would somehow begin to work in a massive implementation in a burning-of-the-boats approach.