For the many years we here are having the troubles to visualise the elusive price-volume relationship proposed by the famous Mister Hershey and clarified by the less famous Mister SpyderTrader. After much of the collaboreation, we here are completed propertytary codings so that any fool can be understanding the whats-are-goings-ons of the said relationship. If you will be looking at the filing attached, you will be seeing an exemplary example of these codings cleverly at the work. The line being coloured blue is an inventive Adaptive First-Order Infinite-Impulse-Response (AFOIIR) filtering of the price, conventionarily modulation-normalised for the clarity. The line being coloured red is a Non-Adaptive IIR (NAIIR) filtering of the volume, similarly conventionarily normalised. By co-normalising the price and the volume, we are being able to be seeing when the price parameter is becoming the driving mathematical functioning of the volume parameter, when the parameter couple is rolling over, and when they are being undecided. With this visualisation tooling, we are concluding that the P-V relation is validary, and we are using it in the applying of the method-SCT given us by the Mister Hershey. If in future you are looking at the taping closely, you will be seeing the printing of our tradings. Regardings to all from here to there!