Normal service is gradually being renewed after a bunch of stuff slowed me down.
Part four, to be written at the latest over Easter, concerns confusion over the valuation of health/well-being states using Case 2 Best-Worst Scaling compared with “more traditional DCEs”. Basically there are differences conceptually and potentially empirically that should be recognised. Depending on what you are valuing, and how much you want representativeness, the differences may not matter really, but if you find differences it does NOT necessarily mean at least one method is wrong. Which, unfortunately, was what one paper out there wrote. So I’ll try to put the record straight ASAP.