Migration results for the lithospheric test model show a good recovery of the model structure. The absense of some model structure in the images is attributed to a combination of poor illumination and weak scattering amplitudes. Imaged discontinuities are slightly displaced from their true locations due to the v(z) velocity model used. In addition, diffractions do not collapse perfectly back to point-like scatterers. The general success of the derived zero-offset survey-sinking methodology and the possibility of undertaking more advanced analysis of angle-dependent scattering behavior further motivate the study of wave-equation imaging of teleseismic data Shragge and Artman (2003).