I want to present you with a question. Cloning is a real and viable option these days. Recently the FDA has given their nod to our enjoyment and consumption of cloned food products. My question is merely this. How will this affect your perspective and practice of CPR? Will it influence your stance on the practice of CPR one way or the other? You know that the sport of baseball looks down on the advancement of aluminum bats as opposed to wood because of the long-standing records, but then football doesnt seem to care about the differences between astroturf and sod. So with this advancement in generic engineering, how do you think it will influence the fishing world? Will a record fish that may be cloned stand up to an old world record, state or personal one, if you knew that the species would be promulgated by artificial means? We all, who are the ones that practice CPR, do so in an effort to preserve the sport for future anglers. What if, and its not a big if at this point in time, we could be promised big fish for the future by way of cloning. Would this in any way influence your ideas and practices in the act of CPR?