I didn't drop any bomb. Accusations were made that my measurements were in error/conflict with another glowing one. I chimed in to show that there was actually agreement with two sets of measurements and it was the commentary from the other dude that was wrong since it showed the same flaws. As to not wanting to be here, I have been warned by multiple people that discussions with forum sponsors will lead to banning from the forum. I have been treated exceptionally well by the moderator in the science forum but out of abundance of caution, I am not going to post here. Now if there can be an assurance that nothing like this will happen, I am happy to participate. As an example of that, this is the jitter measurements of Schiit BiFrost Multibit: Everything other than the center line is distortion/jitter/Vref error. As you see, the graph in red is awful compared to the yellow/green for the cheaper DACs. The signal is full amplitude so has nothing to do with any glitch problem. Someone wants to explain why this is acceptable in a well implemented DAC?