Absolutely appreciated ryasco, I was just referring to the "kush" in common as an always used plant to hybridize in america, of course I know everything is just comming from a few places in the world and hybridization is necessary to a certain point to achieve self set goals. Overhybridization in my case, talking about, is what I was judging, If you look at some tables of heritage, you can't even say which or where came anything of and I would like to know where it comes from, and what was the aim for, why was this plant crossed? I see no advantage to cross this and that and have a blue-kush, yellow-kush,orange-kush, pepperkush,og-kush,kush-kush, peppermint-kush. Genes get deleivered by the parents and don't get processed threw multicrossing. I prefer to look at the parents first and cross which makes sense, first to preserve good quality of genes and second getting an idea of what is possible.