The past several years have seen copious dialog about E-Targets and many aspects of the same. Several record keeping houses have set rules regarding E-Targets. There is much passion about the precision and what it should be. However, we would objectively and realistically like to know from shooters, what the acceptable "line-in-the-sand" precision of E-Targets should be? To be objective, we must be honest, realizing that the "Paper Standard" is not pin-point, and that E-target technology is ruled by physics, not by smoke and mirrors. The assumption is that this measurement is for all match conditions.