Do you do it? I started off keeping records, but stopped pretty quickly. I think I only really have records of our first two trials... our third trial was Q-less, and I've sort of developed a habit of not even going to look at scores and times when I know we've NQ'd. I don't really want to see how bad it is if I know it was really bad, LOL. On occasion I've gone to take a little peek to make sure we really didn't Q when I think we MIGHT have been able to squeak by, but I don't write anything down when I do that. I have records of all our Q's because of the print outs that are attached to the back of our ribbons... it tells me the SCT, our time, our points, judge name, and trial name. If we lost points for something like a refusal, that's not on there though. But if we don't Q, I don't really find it worth keeping track of. I almost always know what happened, why it was NQ, so I don't know that I need to start recording things to see any particular patterns... at least, not this early in the game. Maybe when we get into excellent the situation will be a bit different? Anyway, just curious if you guys keep records, how you keep them, and stuff. I have a word document that I downloaded somewhere and printed that out and that is what I'm using, but I was thinking about designing my own record sheets and putting them into one of those half-size binders instead.