Thanks for that link, Mike. I recalled that we had discussed this issue at some point. I just re-read that thread. It sounds like the idea that Laporte created it and Ellena reformulated it was how things were left, but there seems to be some question about whether that conclusion is accurate. One of the odd things about the perfume business is that when someone sells their company, it seems they also sell their historical claim as creator of the fragrances. For example, the MPG site has no mention of Laporte since Millet-Loge took over, and it clearly implies that M-L created all of the fragrances. That seems really odd to me and very unlike any other realms of artistic creation I'm aware of. It kind of pisses me off as a big fan of Laporte, that he seems to be already written out of the history of his own creations.