Again, apologize if this has been discussed elsewhere. A lot on the boards these days... In trying to make some controls for trades and approvals, it seems (correct me if I'm way wrong!): 1) It is already pretty difficult to get trades done and to know what offer will be accepted. This is a good thing. 2) There is still need to have some control over any shenanigans and so most setup trade committees. The Question: How do you make this reasonable? Meaning, in my short experience, it seems like you have to really go trial and error to know if the cpu will even accept. So it might take 15 trade proposals to work a deal out. With this, and with understanding that there is no way to reject or nullify trades once made (is this correct?), how do you get it so that trade proposals aren't extremely tedious (i.e. a guy having to text/msg the trade committe 15 times to get approved until his offer is finally accepted). Am I missing something here? Commissioners cant reject nullify trades right?