Basically that's right. If things go way out and never come back, or get less and less helpful to the original poster, we try to clean them up. And probably no-one on this forum has had more posts sent to the scrapyard than me in that regard. Guilty as charged, but I also feel that the original question was answered pretty well. The PW blend mentioned is very heavy on latakia and perique, and while probably missing some of the Cavendish notes, it's a good replacement. Is it the same as the Dunhills? No. If you like the spicey tangy bits in 965, then head for an oriental blend like McConnel's Oriental or Rattray's Red Rapparee. If you want the latakia/perique end, then the PW 400 or the Nightcap standin (20-11 or something) from Park Lane are worth trying. But that's all they are - worth trying. 965 and Nightcap come only in bags and tins marked "965" and "Nightcap", unfortunately.