News for general G2a3b1 persons
We have considerable news to report this year for G2a3b1 subgroups. However, you all are listed in a very general status for G2a3b1, and nothing can be reported unless you had completed testing for the subgroups which have different reports. I felt it was ok to list you in this G2a3b1 status because all your nearest matches in marker values belong to G2a3b1 subgroups, but they are typically quite varied, making it hard to choose the proper subgroup within G2a3b1.
Just a few men from Iran and Indian are exceptions to my comments because they are proven P303+ but negative for the P303 subgroups. This is a rare status because this proven grouping only represents a few persons out of about 2700 samples.  But this status may be more common in southern Asia which is poorly represented in our project.
There has been much progress within the G2a3b1 subgroups because of the discovery of all sorts of new groups which have their own mutations. Having your sample up in this general predicted G2a3b1 category leaves you out of the action. So it is important that as many predicted G2a31b men as possible have the deep clade test.   And men proven P303 men need to test also for the major subgroup L140  which is listed in the haplotree section of your Family Tree results page as recommended additional testing items.
As mentioned in the general news section, if you are willing to better define your grouping, I will be glad to give individual recommendations and help. rayhbanks@cox.net.