I'm feeding Nutro senior now - and I talked to my vets - and, absent any verifiable information to the contrary, and assuming kitties still like it and I continue getting my excellent health reports from the vet (including blood panels, most recently done Memorial weekend, 2009), I'm not inclined to change, unless there is a formula change that is detrimental.
I've looked at Don's site and still have the same questions about posted, confirmable information - heck, could someone just say what lab he uses? Why is that such a secret? Where is page 1 of 2 of the posted documents? I did see his 697 documents in the Washington state court system, though. That's a heck of a lot of pro se motions.
You know, I'm thinking his heart may bein the right place, but, again, if you're making serious allegations on the internet, I really think you need to supply independently confirmable information openly, so that other people can verify. And, if you're collecting monies, it'd be nice to have some financial information available as well.
Also, honestly, not sure about Itchmo and its reliability - again, seems like a lot of the posters, who seem to go from board to board to board across the internet, get very vehement about things but don't have a lot of hard info available in a lot of cases. I honestly would prefer to get additional confirmation from sites such as Cornell or Tufts, or the ASPCA, or the FDA. With the Menu recall, all of those organizations provided information. It's far too easy, IMO, for misinformation to appear on the internet, and that's why I like a lot of detailed, specific data from more than one source. Also, in Earl's case, he seems far more impressed with ConsumerAffairs.com than I am, which isn't helping me, truthfully. Now, I see info from Cornell or Tufts or any of the top vet schools, that'll help me really believe in any or all allegations.