I started to. Too much of it was about how much traffic the article got and how they've had to keep reposting it because it keeps reaching the max allowed responses before the thread is closed. I did my own quick read on the subject on the subject instead. The term perched water table refers to how cohesive, adhesive, and capillary actions will be overcome at a certain zone in the soil by gravity preventing water from that zone from being able to drain by gravitational force. None of that changes the fact that bailed soil with crushed perlite is garbage. Then there's the fact that bailed soils are only made that way to reduce their volume to make long range shipping more economical but does nothing to offset the cost of shipping based on weight. I live in the town that Roots Organics and Down To Earth products are made in. They cost three times as much to have shipped from a few states away as what I pay here (obviously I wouldn't do that but as an example). If at all possible it's much better to find a locally produced product than to have some cheap compressed bail of over priced moss and perlite dust shipped across the country.