I remember that before the Forums went off for a couple of days, there was a guy who I believe was named "MetroLabsSuck". I know that there has been some talk that Oregon and possibly Hawaii are not following protocol and testing for things not in Quick Fix 5.7 such as uric acid. The post said (and now I cant find it) that he knew that MetroLabs was testing for this and that he decided to use the Canadian version to bypass this and FAILED. Are there any other updates on the Canadian version failing? I carry around a bottle on me at all times in case I get a random and after reading about Metro Labs, even though I live in Virginia, I decided on the Canadian version just in case. I was worried about other labs catching onto synthetics, then felt better that the Canadian version would solve the problem, now I am back to worrying about synthetics all together. I have mastered the temp issue and thought I was good to go. Anyone else failed using the Canadian version in Oregon or Hawaii? I thought that the Canadian version solved the so called "non-protocols" that these states were doing to catch subbers. It started with Oregon when a lot of senior members on this forum said they were not following standard protocol. Then there was a story (you can google it yourself if you dont believe me) of failing for synthetic in Hawaii. WTF is up? Is synthetic still good everywhere except Oregon and Hawaii? Does the Canadian fix these extra steps these states are taking?