On Tue, May 15, 2012, Toth, Eric wrote:
> In sports, maximal effort is considered to be 110%, so you're actually
> 9.9% short of getting everything you could out of that crystal at its
> resolution limit. All things considered, that's not bad.
In (U.S.) politics, the standard continues to be the 1000% support given
by presidential candidate George McGovern to vice-presidential candidate
Thomas Eagleton, shortly before dropping him from the ticket.
Sounds to me like you need to re-examine the statistics of this particular
crystal to try to see why it is diffracting so poorly.