The three presented experiments show that OOOPS is able to quite quickly (in about 100 generations for a population size of only 20 individuals, which took one day on a single 1000 MHz pentium computer) breed multicellular programs that can solve computational problems which seem to be reasonable models for a complex real-life task. In combination with the clues from the natural example and from other publications as discussed in the previous chapters, this can be seen as a good indication of the utility of the Object-Oriented Ontogenetic Programming Paradigm and the correct functioning of the Object-Oriented Ontogenetic Programming System. The experiments and arguments make expect interesting results in future analyses and applications. But that is all they can serve for. These simple experiments with little analysis can of course not in any way validate all the claims of the previous chapters. Nor can they give a reasonable impression about the real capabilities of the system and the underlying new methods. There is a vast possibility and necessity for further experiments and deeper analysis which is the project for the future.