Wouldn't it be great if I could take signals of 10-30 Hz bandwidth from 100 different offsets and construct a zero-offset trace with 5-100 Hz bandwidth? This would not violate Shannon's sampling theorem which theoretically allows us to have a transform from 100 signals of 20 Hz bandwidth to one signal at 2000 Hz bandwidth. The trouble is that simple NMO is not such a transformation. Never-the-less, if the different offsets really did give us any extra information, we should be able to put the information into extra bandwidth. Let us consider noise free synthetic data and see if we can come up with a model where this could happen.