Hey. Sorry about the long response time. Working on Tokyo time here I will concede that many examples of soft tissue have been found in various fossils but that a vast majority are met with a lot of skepticism within the field. I also think that there is a little misunderstanding from some people. Sometimes when it's said that soft tissue has been preserved it can mean that the mineralisation has so perfectly replaced the structures within the animal that fine structures, blood vessels, even blood cells can be preserved. These are more akin to impressions of the tissue rather then being the tissue itself. I actually read up on a lot of the things you mentioned in previous posts over breakfast this morning. Pretty interesting. I admit there were some things I had not known about. Pretty interesting stuff.