bigdave, I'll offer one more request. It isn't advice, as I already see you know better.
When we AAS users do something stupid or bad, even when it has nothing to do with the AAS, such as kill your wife and kid like that wrestler guy, or scream a lot and break car windows like that Lattimer guy from the movie, The Program, society tends to do a lot of things that are not in the favor of the community as a whole: punish us, blame the AAS, paint all of our actions with a broad brush, and, worst of all, apply these actions as typical of all users of AAS.
Conversely, and very unfortunately for us, whenever one of us does a good thing, like brush off a little kid who has fallen from his bike, rescue a kitten from a tree without the intervention of the fire department, or rub grandma's tired feet, society tends to ignore all of these good deeds, even if the user is running 4 grams of test a week and 150 milligrams of tren every other day.
So my request to you is, these next 12 weeks, please be careful, think about your actions, and think about how the small actions of the individual will affect the community as a whole.