Sugar your frustration got me to finally post that we went to Cooper (9 hrs away) with the embryos she contacted me about last month and cycled. our embryos were created in 1998, yes they are already teenagers. Out of the 8 embryos 6 thawed and we got 3 good looking ones(B grade) to transfer. Two 8 cell and a four cell.They were frozen at 2pn (5 of them) and 3 day (3 of them). Is Cooper a pain to communicate with ? yes Was it worth the hassle? yes. I an now 5 weeks pregnant with good looking betas. You have to stay on top of everything, keep copies of everything and be persistant with them but they really do know what they are doing. After 7 IVF cycles, 5 IUI,2 MC and four different RE's I finally seem to have what looks to be a normal pregnancy (so far). I am on 4 patches at a time and 2 and a half cc of PIO and progesterone suppositories and will be for a long time yet but they did a good job in diagnosing BW issues and finding polops that other RE didn't look for. Besides those I have been on prednisone for 3 weeks now. That office is a mad house, they are so busy and overworked, once you go there you will see how it is.The day I was there for my pre transfer lining check there were 40 people on the waiting room. So hang in there, get yourself a folder and keep a copy of all testing and consets "just in case" and hang in there.