I do agree that there does appear to be a strong resemblance between PR's handwriting using Cherokee's selected examples, and the RN. In order to evaluate this, though, one question to come in mind is how difficult would it be for someone to be able to write something similar yet different. I am well aware that handwriting experts testify in court as to whether a signature on a contract or check or will matches known exemplars or is an attempt to make forgery. What we have here, though, are there are two rational possibilities, PDI -- she "disguised" her handwriting, to mislead handwriting experts, IDI -- he saw some examples, and consciously attempted to forge PR's handwriting as closely as possible. Of course there are enough differences between his attempt and PR's genuine handwriting, and the fact that handwriting experts have a pre-existing expectation that PR will try to disguise her own handwriting as much as possible, to get away with this. How difficult is this task? Another way to think of this is: what % population writes in a manner broadly similar to PR and/or RN? What IF.... 40% create letters similar to PR? What IF....0.0001% create letters similar to PR? Hard to give specific examples here.