suited to discretion Hong Kong's professional associations are often charged with naked self interest when entering public debates over policy matters. Whether it be solicitors' rights of ordinance or accountant investigations you can be sure our suited warriors will fight their corner. This may be the result of decision making by consultation but at least everyone knows where they stand. So we were intrigued by one response in yesterday's final report on scripless trading. The exercise drew 26 submissions but included one that apparently proffered a 'no comment'. The submission requested anonymity for its radical stance. Lai See hears the entry came from one of our fearless associations, one that apparently felt the obligation to participate but apparently lacked the courage to actually say something. 3's a wowed crowd The death of Orange and the birth of a singular '3' brand at the Harbour Plaza hotel was a glittering exercise in re-branding. Hutchison Telecommunications pulled out all the stops with a bevy of Hong Kong's top fashion models called in for a catwalk display. Lai See wasn't the only one enjoying the show. Led by deputy managing director and chief technology boffin, Cliff Woo, the Hutch execs could be seen feverishly putting their 3G camera phones to good use.