Ever since Jacob recently made some corrections to this site, my browser doesn't let me come directly to the site, and today, for the first time, I mistakenly visited the Axis site trying to get on here. When I clicked on something about a get together in Vegas this summer, I read a couple paragraphs about bonetracker, posted below: Let's talk first about BoneTracker - the original Roll Tracking Program that set the standard for the rest of them. We've extended the capabilities of BoneTracker beyond its original 64 dice set permutations to all 576 possible permutations in order to allow you to analyze your toss from every possible set available. This new beta version is only available at this time to students who enroll in the Advanced BoneTracking Session, where we do a complete analysis of 720 of your rolls and provide you with the results. Of course, if you're just starting out with BoneTracker we recommend the Basic BoneTracker class utilizing the Original BoneTracker 64 until you become familiar with all of the programs tabs and capabilities. Then progress on to the Advanced version. Ah, so now there are 576 permutations. When in the past this fact has been stated by the guy who described them and their structured heirarchy in the dice, my buddy Linaway was ridiculed and tossed off the site. Now I see they accept his material, and supposedly use bonetracker to do something that is much simpler to do, as it happens, for yourself. Now I understand why DeMango finally acknowledged the 576 permutations Linaway has been espousing for years, because this is finally accepted by the on-axis boys. Oh boy, next they will be forced to admit that dice stay on-axis approximately 2.7% of the time, and will need to change the name of their website.