Is this some kind of joke? Taking into account the forms didn't arrive until yesterday although they presume the 28th, I only had 14 left, then having to waste my time complaining about the complainant's complaint - exactly... this reduces me to 13 days. Then there's the post which reduces me further to 12 or 11 days, minus a weekend and that makes 8 days. Surely this should be extended to at the very least, a couple of months so case work on previous DRS issues can be scanned and worked on and examples given and a real worthy case handed over to fight any complaint? Now I stand to lose several hundred pounds - at a guess, fighting a case which the complainant has brought for free to try for some reason to take what's rightly mine for two years for nothing, albeit for £750 in the end if they win and a further £3000 if the lose and wish to appeal and a further several thousand pound if they're still not convinced and then go to court. And then I will be further inconvenienced at DRS stage 2 as I have to concentrate on this instead. One DRS a month and it would effectively put a small business out of er.... business. That's the thing about unregulated markets, the one making the market always gets penalised before it becomes regulated. Unfortunately one unregulated market has seen me move into another unregulated market. Could members please look at increasing the duration to a couple of months in future and lengthening the whole process to at least 9 to 18 months. At the moment it seems like a fast track 'order now and get your pizza in 20 minutes' service. Alternatively provide a way for the defendent to (the phrase respondent is such a falsehood, say it for what it is) receive as much time as the prosecution/complainant had to make their case. They had four months, I have eight days. Call that fair? :???: Irony - minus a further 10 minutes because of this post.