Hi Graham,

thank you for your answer! It is nice, that you can confirm these results. I guess the minor changes after line 3 are exactly what we should expect; they even appear on my side if I recompute the script a few times. To be honest, I am not exactly sure, if I correctly understand your example. It would be awesome if you could explain a bit about it!

The component I am trying to paralell right now takes 5.2s and computes results for 9 branches. The result looks something like this:

```
Started Calculation on Branch 0
Finished Calculation on Branch 0
Started Calculation on Branch 1
Started Calculation on Branch 3
.......
```

Basically these are in line with the results from the firstFurther evidence, that the first Branch isnâ€™t getting computed parallely. Computing one branch in my example takes ~700ms. Calculating all nine Branches right now takes 5.2 second, which means I got some improvements through paralleling. However, if I enter these lines of code into my calculation function

```
if branchNumber == 0:
print "Cancelled Thread 0!"
return
```

My calculation becomes exactly 700ms faster (exaclty the time it takes to calculate the first branch)! To my understanding this means, **that nothing is getting computed paralelly to the first branch.**

However, I am unsure if this is due to my bad usage of the component, due to a bug in the integration of the package, if it just is the behavior to be expected (for whatever reasons) or I am misinterpreting the results.

Thank you for any further advice on this!