Bulto - are you serious?
Honda and Yamaha tested at Aragon just recently. Rea, 2013 M1..remember? Not saying you're trying to break Ducati's balls or anything.
Not accusing Ducati of anything or implying anything. Just couldn't remember what the rules were for using the riders to test and wondering why it only seems to be Ducati that make use of them as they have had several private sessions now. Nothing more than that. They've contravened nothing.
The recent Aragon test, I thought, was a scheduled test as Honda, Yamaha and a number of CRT teams were there whilst Ducati and the other CRT teams went somewhere else (Jerez?) You're readiing something into nothing.
Have to take issue with the last part of your piece though - you're edging towards crediting Rossi with this perceived improvement (better to judge after another two or three races given the recent 2 days solid pounding around Misano)
Firstly, no-one knows what Rossi has allegedly asked for that he was never given as if there was anything, it has never been made public, therefore no-one can say that Ducati have now listened to him and delivered.
Secondly, you and others still refuse to acknowledge Rossi's own comments made several times up to the Audi takeover (his stance suddenly changed then to Ducati won't follow our direction) Collectively, these were along the lines of - I don't know how to fix it - I don't know what's wrong with it - I'm a rider not an engineer - this bike can't be fixed by set-up (following which he went faster using Haydens set-up) - we're lost. These are all on record so no use disputing them.
I mention this not to have a go at Rossi, but as a reminder that he spoke those words, so when you say Ducati have finally listened to him, what exactly is it that he asked of Ducati other than - I need more feel from the front end? Can you answer that - just that question specifically? Just to back up any forthcoming claims to a forum near you, that Rossi has turned Ducati around.