Information and data regarding the VH-MDX accident is incomplete and at times, convoluted. Add the significant terrain and vegetation of the Barrington Ranges and one can see why VH-MDX has not been located for over thirty years. In 2014 a new direction was initiated by BSAR NSW and strong progress has been made to increase the confidence of search area synthesis. A complete ‘tear down/ rebuild’ approach was initiated by Glenn Strkalj whist Glenn Horrocks continues to contribute solid analytical input. Glenn Strkalj has pushed research deep into the roots of the accident and is uncovering many new findings. Read the research; you will see the level of detail and extent gone into. We have engaged the input of many subject matter experts in our research. Research will continue until VH-MDX is located rather than stopping at some intermediate point. Errors will be made and we will attempt to correct them. We take a flexible approach that may lead to changes in the areas of interest rather than simply defending a previously nominated area. If solid research guides us to do so, we will go back to previously suggested areas without shame. Our aim is to release as much information as possible into the public arena rather than holding onto ‘gems’. Of course not all information is releasable and we will respect those sources of information with confidentiality. We are championing the effort to have a harmonious interest group rather than individual, fractionated approaches. This does not mean we can involve everyone in every activity; we are not a recruiting agency. What we offer is a central focus point for VH-MDX related activities. Other than research, a robust method of recording searched areas is required which is another of our initiatives. Solid leadership and a focused, consistent direction is required to locate VH-MDX and we will offer such guidance.