I sure would like to know when Mark took on or started calling himself "a numbers guy" or "the numbers man". He was a male nurse- not a CPA, MBA or Commodities broker. I think it is so interesting that this title that he (apparently) gave himself took hold the way it did and that a doctor wife had enough trust in his capabilities or did not seem to have a problem turning every single financial thing over to a guy that at one point she was having tested for led poisoning (affecting his brain and memory). I just don't get it. Was he making prudent or profitable financial decisions for the first 9-10 years and only in the last 2-3 years started seriously screwing things up financially? Was he organized in his tasks, care of the home and his office for most of the marriage? Did he pay his/their bills on time for a long time but then suddenly change? Something is missing- some part of this doesn't make sense.