http://www.nbc-2.com/Global/story.asp?S=12265823 The story: A math tutor timed the yellow lights at the red lights where cameras were installed near Ft. Myers, FL. As I would have expected...the yellow lights were significantly too short. This was rumored to be true near my hometown...when the rumors got rampant, suddenly the yellow lights "became" much longer. Face it: Cities are cash-strapped...and much of this red light, speeding, etc., is nothing more than revenue enhancement. I'm a careful driver (no ticket in years). And if I break the law, then I'll deserve the punishment. But rigging a traffic light so that the yellow light is too short (thus catching more folks...and ultimately becoming a safety hazard)? Low blow. But expected. Anyhow...the fella that argued the fine timed the lights, showed the evidence, got off, and has cast a shadow on the whole "red-light camera" program.