May be a stupid question (and probably is), but would it be possible to develop a more accurate CYA measurement test based on capillary action of the turbidity solution created by the Taylor/TF-100 kits? My (ignorant) thinking is that the more turbid the solution, i.e. higher CYA, then lower the capillary action? If so, then it wouldn't be too difficult to develop a graduated set of capillary tubes, would it? Before I go out and buy some tubes to test I thought I'd run the base presumption past the gurus here first.