What confuses me is that if they staged the 'forced entry' on the garage pedestrian door around 6AM when they disarmed the security system...wouldn't there be a risk that MS's mother would notice this when she let the dogs out? For this reason I think the staging of the door was completed at night, close to TS's arrival. I do wonder what the hell they were doing at the beach? Just passing time? Why the water shoes? I wonder if something was taken from the home at 6AM and discarded in a marsh area near the beach. IIRC the report says that the rest of the home, aside from the kitchen/garage/laundry room area, was undisturbed. Could it be possible that the jumpsuit, gloves were actually effective and JR/CWW left no trace evidence of being in other areas of the home? Another thought, if MS was tracking TS's location on her iPhone this could be done in two ways: 1) if TS opted to share her location with MS or 2) MS had access to TS's iCloud account to use the 'find my iPhone function". I don't think scenario #1 is likely if TS told a family member she was considering divorcing MS. Rather, I think MS figured out her iCloud password which would give him real time access to her location, text messages, emails, contacts, pictures, notes. He could delete or alter all of these things on her phone, remotely. With this kind of access, he may have figured out months prior that TS was gearing up to divorce him, and that's what prompted him to keep track of all the ways he was "victimized" by his tiny, sweet, hard working, beautiful, smart wife. Lastly, the van. Where does the van fit into the story? Did they use the van to drive to the beach?