Hey there. I was a very infrequent poster at Elsmar, but I found it to be the best resource for QC questions that crop up in my job from time to time. I was really bummed to see that it shut down. Foudn out on the same day that I found out David Bowie died. Double whammy... II do have a few questions regarding ANSI/ASQ Z1.9, but I wasn't sure where to put them, so I guess I'll put the question here and you guys tell me where it goes (or help me here if you wish). I have an acceptance sampling plan by variables in use now. Everything was going great... until I had a lot come back as non-conforming. Looking at the data, out of 150 samples (lot size = 80,000 pcs), there was a single outlier that threw off the mean and standard deviation enough that it meant a lot non-conformance. I really don't want to scrap an entire 80,000 unit lot based on a single outlier. I also don't want to accept a lot if there's even 1% bad parts. AQL = 0.65, Normal, General Inspection Level II (Code = M). What is the general approach to investigating and re-submitting the lot? Do I move to a Tightened Inspection? How does that work? Do I change the AQL? Can you even re-submit the lot like this at all? Any help appreciated. Thanks.