I am pretty tickled that this technique worked and am loving this small portion of data. I cannot say more than this because it is derived from data that we are helping some other folks out with, but this image was assembled with techniques that I wanted to try on another project some time ago. Unfortunately for that group, those people did not listen and I never ran the experiment for them. Today however, a more receptive audience came by asking how to solve this particular problem. I instructed them on how to collect the data for the experiment which took about 2 hours. After collecting the data, we had this image (part of a much larger image) in less than 2 minutes. It works and it works exceedingly well by taking a 3D problem and reducing it to a pseudo 2.5D problem (or 2.1D problem as Robert amusingly noted today).