We now have the results of the 19-2 observing period which covers from April through the end of July. During this period we were down for bad weather for 37% of the nights and spent 16.5% of the remaining time doing engineering or instrument commissioning. Looking at just the clear science time we had the instruments collecting photons 64% of the time. This better than previous periods and is likely due to the improvements made by the TCS and night staff team to trim down setup times. We only had 4% down time which suggests the HET is returning to a steady state of reliability. Our program completion rates fell in the normal range and were 96%, 89%, 91% 72% for our Priority 0, 1, 2 and 3 time. Of particular note is that we completed 91% of our HETDEX allocation for this period.