You may be right, but you may also be wrong too because you're oversimplifying something you have not quantified, because it's difficult to quantify hearing loss without specialized calibrated equipment and training. And the standard battery of hearing tests to determine hearing aid fittings do not truly indicate what a Patient needs, because they were standardized and specified more than 40 years ago. We've come a long way since then in performance features for hearing aids and determining what kind of technology is needed to do the job right. And because of technological advancements in hearing aid technology, specialized hearing tests now exist to determine what features you need to do the job right. These are performed at no extra cost to the Patient and take minutes to perform. Industry statistics indicate that odds are, you won't get these tests performed by other Fitters at all.