I don't understand why a whole new time-consuming Berkeley permitting review and public comment period are being required to deal with what are just (perhaps understandably) uninformed complaints about possible RF radiation and such emissions from the passive optical splitter boxes. This seems to me to be a really unnecessary and wasteful overreaction to an easily corrected misunderstanding. It took me all of about fifteen seconds to read and understand that these are completely passive devices with no power, antennas, etc., and you even provided helpful photos of the interior of the boxes illustrating that. Assuming that the Berkeley permitting authorities have some rudimentary understanding of the technical aspects of the systems that they're tasked with issuing permits for, why can't Sonic simply arrange for an inspector from the Berkeley permitting authority to look at the inside of one of these boxes in the company of a Sonic technician (or even Dane himself) to confirm for themselves what took me less than a minute to understand? It really seems like it should be an easy thing to clear up such a public misconception without having to go through a tedious, time-consuming, and expensive process, and I'd think that the Berkeley permitting authorities would be only too happy to save themselves all the time, expense and hassle of such a needless process. What am I missing here?