Sawing through that CRV manual. After it finally occurred to me to import it into Kindle it gave me something to do when I am inevitably hit by insomnia in the middle of the night. To the piker like me what I'm reading sounds an awful lot like what Edgar Cayce was talking about, an Akashic Record or what have you, and an awful lot like what Dr.Kirby Surprise goes on about regarding synchronicities and accessing a collective unconscious. I thought I would need to glean it's mysteries before we do this but it isn't really a training manual, it seems more a description of one and definitely something out of our league at the moment. Freaky, man. The nature and underpinnings of the Fabric of the Universe is way too heavy for me as I slurp my coffee. I hadn't realized that there are 6 stages to CRV and I suppose they are discrete for a reason. @nivek sounds like you had what they could have considered decent success for the first stage or two. Rather than drive around let's simplify this. Pick something; an object, an image, something unlikely to be guessed that we can do from a convenient location. For example, me concentrating on a car part, a tool, a gun - noooooope. In fact I have already made a selection that will not be accidentally guessed, period. So we pick a time, let the others know we're there, and concentrate on whatever our choice is for some period of time. How long can you maintain that? I'd probably just need a few minutes of quiet time in advance to prepare and say 10-15 minutes of staring at the goat or what have you. We call a discrete stop time and commit our impressions. Maybe one transmitter and two receivers at a time?