I gave up as it was just too time consuming and tough on the hands.
To create the sarcophogi in the Serapeum with copper/bronze, or even steel, chisles just doesn't sit right with me and that's why I'm with Dunn...for right or wrong etc..
I don't think that Orthodox explanations are telling the correct story when it comes to the 'real' story. They have a lot of really cool information from what they can obviously decipher but the pyramids, and the rest of the sites, just remain a mystery.
When Hatcher Childress and Dunn are walking around the Serapeum, in whatever documentary I was watching, I certainly shared in their sense of wonder. Just how in hell did they get those boxes down there anyway and manouver them into place? You couldn't fit enough men in their to push and in their final resting place there certainly isn't enough room to pull them. How would they lower them.
The question go on forever and I've yet to see an explanation that has made me say to myself that 'yup, that's got to be the way they did it'.
It's just far too perfect and such a simplistic demonstration of genius to be explained away with copper/bronze tools...for me to accept.