I went to visit Frank on Saturday and am now finally getting down to posting this thread of my experience and some photos. Too many things to do and so little time. I took a long trip(about 2 and a half hours) but well worth it. I had access to one of the most educated men about piranhas. I felt like kind of a newb with all the info he was able to throw at me and I'm sure he got a little impatient with my slow wit at times but he held his composure and treated me with a lot of respect. For any of you who have/had problems with Frank I cannot see how you could bicker and argue against his keen wit and immense knowledge for this species of fish. I was very impressed that he receives text documents from many well known authors about new information and to have him proofread for errors in data. I got the chance to see his beautiful set up of tanks with his 4 adult pygocentras nattereri(pronouced natteri as he corrected me), I asked him questions about feeding, breeding, sexing and sexual dimorphism which he answered them all to my satisfaction. He showed me documents he's collected over the years of piranha history and scientific information which a lot of it was in French and I could not understand...not that if it were in english I would have understood some of the terminology much betterHe showed me specimens(less than half of what he used to have cause he donated a lot to schools for educational purposes). I was amazed at all the different types of piranha specimens he had and was interested to see how they looked yellow in an alcohol solution to help preserve them. After taking several pictures we went back into the main part of the house and talked some more about piranha's and showed me a few more diagrams of species of piranhas. His wife told us about how she was first introduced to his piranhas when he was in the military. It was then time for dinner and he went out to grill up some great tasting steak. After dinner was through we talked a little while longer and then it was time for us to face the long journey back home. We said our goodbyes and then we were off to find our way back home in the dark. Frank was a great host and I can't wait to head back down that long drive to hang out some more.Thanks for the great experience Frank.