J. Gurman presented what EIT can do now with its telemetry allocation of 1 kb/s, and what they would like to be able to do (do more science, especially joint science with other SOHO instruments -- see annex 4). He then presented a ``modest proposal'', which in essence would triple the EIT bandwith to 3 kb/s. In practical terms, this means donations totalling 2.0 kb/s of telemetry. EIT's position was well appreciated by all attendees. There is an action on the PS to establish a Working Group to study in detail the technical matters of telemetry redistribution with the relevant parties (EIT, CDS, SUMER, UVCS, S/C) (Action 20-4).