Well, it's not overly intrusive or expensive at least! Gary is a good friend of mine, and I shared all of my thoughts on this during the assembly of the bill. I hate the thought of having to organize, administrate and pay 50 different state registrations. I think some states look at it as a way to generate income, or just give dentists ore control over labs, where this one actually has the best of intentions and does not make it so burdensome to hurt small labs. I have never had the chance to ask what the penalty is for non-compliance, and how they will enforce this, but at such a nominal fee, there can't be a lot of money to spend on that. I guess my feelings are mixed, but again, I like the spirit of the law.