Not really the point. The point was, trying again, that the models ALL have a high margin of error that gets reported in their forecasts. This storm is literally a matter of miles and feet from devastating a property or missing it. No one, no model can predict a wiggle or wobble. No one can tell you whether the dune in Vero Beach, for example, is going to stay or go, and behind it devastating erosion and potential for loss of life. This monster is that close. No one has a clue how it's going to shake out. Last night as I went to bed I was expecting it to be slowing down only to see it tick up in speed at 11pm. Even the experts were scratching their heads.