> The Great Pyramid contained a big box, about the size of a
> human; no body, no writing, no clues.
A lot off other pyramids, mastabas and rock-cut tombs also contain "a big stone box" (sarcophagus), about the size of a human; with no body, no writing, no clues. It's simple, some tombs were completely looted others partialy and exceptionaly some were found intact. In many cases the "big stone box" was found shattered in pieces or even removed entirely...
Why always this fuss about the GP? Why always insist the GP was something else when there's no reasonable argument to do so? It's a pyramid and a tomb, just like many others. It fits perfectly in the sequence of tomb and pyramid evolution; no need to rip it out of context.
> All of the other structures purported to be of a tomb like
> nature or significance could easily have been added later by
> Khufu who decided to adopt it...ever heard of remodelling or
> renovation...keeping up with the latest fashion in
> architectural accents?
Pre-existing structures that were adopted by 4th dyn kings? An argument often made by pseudo-archaeology but never proven...