No testing here for residential, and very limited testing anywhere else. Enforcement is weak as well. Since I am not a tester, I have a question. I have a townhome complex that I have "maintained" the last 1.5 years, basically started up and shut down. They have a 2" RP, but both ball valves have been replaced at some point in time. Neither BV are factory original replacements, which could also fail a test. But the first BV does NOT have a testcock built in, nor is there any other bibb or drain prior to it. So my question is - does that qualify as a FAIL for a test? You cannot get a reading on the inlet side for pressure. I did an assessment today and will be presenting it to the HOA board soon, but I also know they do not have funds to upgrade the system. Even the lawn guy is cutting every two weeks to save them some money. But I want to point out to the board that the guy that is inspecting is not doing his job and is stealing their money. Some big issues I am bring up. Static at the #4 TC is 125 psi. Dynamic at the spray head on one zone with 32 heads, is still 84 psi. You get the picture, lots of misting. System has a master valve which I think was added due to leaking in the valve boxes. Broken heads, worn wiper seals, heads leaking at bottom of slopes and down the street due to no SAMs, older PGPs that are leaking out of the little hole on the top, heads under shrubs and behind trees, tree root choking off pipes, etc.