The one time I flew in there in a small plane, I was with a friend who was very familar with the airport and he was doing the flying. But it's really easy to see how a pilot not so familiar could screw up and land on the wrong strip out of the three. Now, maybe Ford really wasn't up to snuff that day for some reason, or maybe he just got hooked by SNA like I'm describing. I'm sure the FAA will figure it all out. But it's kind of an ugly airport to land on anyway, and until I've heard otherwise, I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt for just that reason.