I also saw Motives & Murders. It was interesting that both Judge Perry and Jeff Ashton were involved. Also of note, a certain blogger from the CA trial was also featured giving commentary on the case. What with AZLawyer and JWG shining a light on the computer forensics and reliance on a blogger for background, let's hope that MSM starts coming to us rather than we having to rely on them. As for the duct tape, I've always believed that it was the major COD. The duct tape was extra-heavy duty since it was fire resistant. One width of tape could have covered most of Caylee's nose and mouth. Three overlapping widths were overkill, IMHO. I don't know if she died in the house or in the trunk, but I don't believe she was originally placed in the bags. Remember, Casey didn't think ahead more than 10 minutes at a time. There weren't any searches for decomposing bodies on that computer, I'd bet. Casey never considered the possibility. It was only when she started to smell something that she backed the car into the garage and used the bags. Also on Discovery ID last night was the case of the woman kidnapped from a Publix in similar weather. She was only deceased for 58 or so hours and searchers could smell the decomposition from a distance. That's how they located the body. Harmony, thanks for the clean notebook page!