The show aired the concerns myself and many people in the industry have been screaming about. We talk about it on groups and now on TV but who is actually stepping up to try and protect these boys (and girls)? What climbers really need is an advocate group who can get pretty loud. The show was well done, but time will pass, and nothing will change. People must keep the issues fresh and start putting their weight behind keeping these crews safe. What is the solution? Advocate group? Lobbyist group? Or the taboo word... Union? And who is willing to risk their reputation with the big bad carriers to make that happen? I can't imagine what a family goes through when the 'settled' fine to a company is $2500. These families and crews deserve better than that! The rest of us should honor their loss and do something now to keep the ones out there today safe.