I've been reading this forum for awhile, and I've enjoyed reading these kinds of debates--when they don't degenerate into squabbling.
There is one thing that I'm curious about: wasn't there an iron plate found by JR Hill (on the Vyse expedition around 1836) between two outer blocks near the exit of the southern King's Chamber shaft? No one ever seems to mention this. Has that story been discredited? If this hasn't, it seems to me to be the kind of 'evidence selection' that the 'alternos' here are lamenting against the 'orthos', as it was Vyse and Hill that also initially found the inscriptions in the relieving chambers. If we accept one, based on what we have--only there own words, and the physical evidence--why ignore the other?
(the info here is mainly from Giza: The Truth page 52 and 101-102, although I think I remember some mention that Lehner mentioned the plate briefly in The Complete Pyramids, but I can't find it, there--if anyone knows what page it's on, I'd appreciate letting me know.)