I'm having a very hard time finding good quality pets these past few days, and I'm trying to figure out whether I'm just on a typical string of bad UO luck, or whether something really has changed. It seems to me it started around the time of the last publish, which of course may be a coincidence, but it is nonetheless interesting. I've also talked to a couple of other tamers who say they are experiencing the same thing. Now for a little background. Many years ago when I first started taming, I was taming cu sidhes, and I found one that I thought was really good, and I went and checked the math, and the odds against my finding a cu this good seemed astronomical, but when I went and posted about it in the taming forum, I was told that cu's of that quality were as common as dirt, and it was no big deal. Over time I became aware that good quality pets spawned far more often than the math involved said they should. This has been especially true of greater dragons, but oddly enough, not so true for nightmares, which should be among the easiest of pets to find good quality specimens of, because of their smaller stat ranges, but oddly enough were not easy at all to find good quality specimens of. In fact, I would hazard a guess that the math involved with their quality of spawning is probably just about what it should be. So my question is this, has anyone else noticed a change in the quality of the tameables spawning, and especially of greater dragons? And it would be really nice to get an official response on this with regard to the last patch, so I am going to submit another question to the "Ask the Devs" forum about it that is more specific.