xerxella - so fascinating! thanks for the links. it does seem like there are so many factors that lend to better outcomes from frozen cycles... i did estrogen priming/ganirelix instead of bcps. so i guess i'm slightly suppressed? the purpose is to help follicles grow in sync but not over-suppress.
sourie - i'm glad you did the lupron, too! if you get bored, look up beta 3 integrin. it's a glue-like protein that helps with successful implantation. many endometriosis women are either missing it or it's reduced or it's out of phase, it tends to return after a course of lupron.
tracey - you are on hpt watch now! will be obsessively checking in to see when you decide to test :)
afm - quiet weekend at home. not planning to do much other than get a tan and hang out in the pool. well, that, and continue to obsess about whether or not i'm doing EVERYTHING I could be doing in this protocol to increase my chances... there are three things that i would have made this a total 'kitchen sink' protocol - testosterone priming, adding in saizen, and co-culture (i think only cornell does this, though?) - i hope what i'm doing is enough...