I found an interesting book of an urologist. (B Coolsaet - The pencil of love ) He said that the human penis causes more sexual problems when it's big, more than when it's small. But when is it big? When is it small? From his experience he made up a table - and in his 25years of practice, he says that penis lenght/girth follows a standard normal distribution. Below a reference table that I converted from decimal to the first 1/4" The lenght refers to your absolute maximum bone pressed lenght. The girth refers to your maximum girth on the penis (shaft) - not glans. The lowest value of girth or lenght indicates to which group you belong. [ micro (2.2%) - small (13.6%) - average (68.2%) - big (13.6%) - huge (2.2%) ] So is a penis of L9" X G6" big - not huge. And a penis of L4" X G4.5" average - not small. Table Lenght/Girth Lenght : <2.75" - micro <4" - small 4"-6.5" - average >6.5" - big >7.75" - huge Girth : <4.0" - tiny <4.5" - small 4.5"-5.5" - average >5.5" - big >6.0" - huge How about LPSG? - we must be out of range. In his table I belong to BIG (13.6% - 1on7) And I allways thought so, without this table. Please set your dimensions and the reference and any comments are welcome. We can check how far we re out-of-range...or not?