Two studies in this issue of Psychiatric Services confirm that the populationwide psychiatric impact of September 11 was modest. In a study by Robert A. Rosenheck, M.D., and Alan Fontana, Ph.D., veterans who were admitted to specialized intensive programs for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after September 11 were less symptomatic than those who were admitted before the attacks. Most intriguing, these veterans actually showed greater improvement. Ellen M. Weissman, M.D., M.P.H., and her colleagues present complementary findings based on data from New York and New Jersey facilities of the Department of Veterans Affairs. They found increases of less than 2 percent in the total number of outpatients treated for PTSD in the three months after September 11, and no new cases of PTSD.