Maybe you can clarify this point for those of us who don't occupy the rarified space in the atmosphere in which you seem to reside. I responded to the post you made. I can only respond to what you write. Here, let me make it clearer for you. You said I disagree that it's an amazing and unusual thing for a person to do so quickly. I disagree that the evidence is "complex". I disagree that the "stress of finding the dead body" would result in Skye being unable to think clearly. She's demonstrated the ability to think clearly and quickly under pressure in the past, why would you think she would be unable to do so at this juncture? She saw Ward's blip on the screen. She saw Koenig's blip on the screen. She saw Koenig's dead body. She knew that May was no longer in the base, because May's blip wasn't on the screen. Whoever hid the body did so in such a way that they would have a reasonable expectation that if the body was found they would KNOW it was found. Since May wasn't in the building, Skye could rule her out as a suspect pretty much instantaneously - May would have had no reason to set up the scene that way, since she was gone and wouldn't have cared if anyone found the body. The only LOGICAL answer is Ward. And you can get to that pretty quickly, even under stress. Not rocket science. So, which point did we all miss? ETA - You sent your post to Ereth while I was composing mine. I didn't miss your point at all. I just completely disagree with the point you made. Not the same thing. And from reading everyone else's replies, I don't think they missed your point either, they just also completely disagree with you.