Got my offer. I'd share but I'm sure dupont is reading and if you are, shame on you for what you have done to the environment and the time it is taking to respond to this disaster. My yard will never be the same. Won't share by pm because I'm sure dupont is also posting as homeowners. The offer: 1. It says basically its not an admission of guilt? 2. Dupont wants to remove the trees and pay a company that they choose. 3. No timeline for payment. 4. My pines were calculated on when the toxin hit them, not how big they would have been, they are frozen in growth. 5. I was assured my additional dying plants (roses, blackberries, Japanese Maples, etc would be listed, they weren't unless they were included in that little 15% that was supposed to cover everything else. I have more trees and bushes dying, have a garden that didn't supply food and my prize blackberries are just about dead. The big Willow Oaks look like fall, leaves and branches on the ground and the bark is falling off the trees. Looked at my spruces out front last night and the needles just fall off. It has already traveled (neighbors tree is yellow) and nobody can say how long it will stay in the soil. If I sign and release dupont, when the epa steps in, its mine to clean up because I signed a release of dupont being responsible? I think I need more protection for the future than what dupont is offering. If my yard is toxic, after I sign the release, its my problem. Don't think so.