Yesterday I found an interesting sound therapy device called "Tinnitus Therapy". (Ok...let me see how I can show you a photo,...this is new to me,...I think it's right here...yes, here it is...click this button...and Tah dah!) You can download Tinnitus Tamer for 14 days free use. To purchase, it's $35. The website has a paper that can be downloaded for free: http://www.vavsoft.com/downloads/TT_410_User_Guide.pdf I read this paper, and it describes quite well how tinnitus is largely a brain perception problem. It is recommended that the user listen to three 10 minute sessions a day. Hey, I can handle that. In some ways, the sounds that Tinnitus Tamer makes remind me of UST. (I never bought into the UST idea that cells have frequencies they like. I mean, do pimples have a frequency they don't like?). With Tinnitus Tamer the user has control over the sounds, and is encouraged to try to match the sound to their own tinnitus sound. I'm still playing with this gadget. I have heard that Dichonics will be coming out with it's own device. I wonder if it will be similar? It's my understanding that Dichonics will set their device to sounds based on a person's audiogram. Looking forward to when they begin marketing that application.