I am opposed because it takes screening to far plus to many different descriptions of how the images appear are floating about. Some images posted on the TSA blog were fairly revealing, the Denver Area Directors calling them very revealing, others saying they are not revealing at all. TSA claiming that images cannot be saved but the contract specs for the machines requiring that feature certainly doesn't help on the trust front. All of this could be settled in minutes if TSA would pony up and show the public exactly the same images at the same resolution that screeners see everyday. I do not buy that doing so would give the bad guys some intel as long as no targets were included. TSA has caused this problem, TSA has made WBI less effective than it could be, and TSA under the guidance of Herr Pistole needs to have its funding cut until it complies with the Administrative Procedures Act so the owners of this land can comment on TSA illegal acts.