I’m not referring to the complexity of vehicles. No one would disagree that it is growing. As that complexity grows the resources for diagnosis and repair must also grow – and they do. But what if the resources are growing faster than the growth of the complexity? Put another way, what if diagnosis and repair resources are catching up? That does not mean that the need for sharp minds in the shop is decreasing. But the whole process may be getting more efficient. A solid combination of good information, training, equipment and systems leads to less nightmare scenarios – so the whole process of diagnosis and repair is in a sense easier. What do you think?