The biggest problem with PhotoReading's claims First off, I would like to state I have not read the PhotoReading book, or used the system, however common sense tells me this... The biggest problem with PhotoReading's claims as with most "get smart fast", "get rich fast", and other miracle systems is this: If the claims made for such amazing results were true, then why is guy selling a system on TV for some $250 a pop?.... If this system really worked, surely this guy would have read every book on the planet by now, and not have to resort to infomercials to make money. If this system worked, how come this guy isn't loaded with Jeopardy prize money? Or raking in the cash on "Who wants to be a millionaire"? Why doesn't he just real quickly read every book on investment banking or stock picking and parlay a small amount of money into millions? or take a job in an ultra-high-paying field, which he could educate himself about in days, according to his claims? The major flaw with these type systems is that if they really worked as claimed, he'd be so rich by now, he'd be giving the system away. Not hawking it on infomercials for a ridicolous amount of cash. I challenge Peter Bissonette, Don LuPree, and all other "get something quick" system authors, to explain to the public exactly why they need to sell these systems on TV at outrageous prices if they really work as claimed.