Wanted to get some opinions on one of the most important aspects of HS2 - how to use the released capacity on the classic lines. Will there still be 125mph services on the WCML, or will that be an unnecessary waste of capacity? What will be done about 'problem' cities like Coventry, which couldn't possibly support 3 fast tph to London, but will see any reduction as a worse service? Professor McNaughton's slides suggest still 2 fast tph, which would perhaps provide only a limited number of extra paths. How about Nottingham / Derby / Sheffield, will their current classic services to London stay pretty much as they are? Are there radical possibilities for maximising capacity? Are the current suggestions deliberately conservative in order to avoid negative publicity?