25 years ago, we wondered if the computer internet boom would have a positive or negative effect on productivity. We wondered if games and other social impacts would decrease productively, or if the technology would increase productivity. I bought a nMP to upgrade an iMac, and after 35 years of plugging cards into busses, I am gad I do not have that option with the nMP. I got to thinking about computational accuracy the other day. I somewhat assumed this was part of the difference between a professional workstation and a home computer. I was sort of surprised when I searched the WEB, the only work in it was close to 20 years old. It is real clear a close machine like the nMP could be designed to be far more accurate than a bus based machine where cards are interchanged. I was curious how the industry is measuring the accuracy of professional grade workstations. I sure did not find much in my web searches. I am curious how the professional industry certifies computational accuracy in workstations, or do we just take it for granted?