Well, if you must use a live auditor, and a meter, I suppose it's OK.
Joking aside, I've heard this works out quite well if you insist on that regular stuff. It's obviously not as good as face-to-face auditing in the same room, but that is only in theoretical terms, balanced against the advantages of being audited at home instead of maybe several thousand miles away from home with the added expense and inconvenience and time off work etc.
3 new Alan C. Walter eBooks now available for free download from PaulsRabbit at http://paulsrabbit.com, in both PDF format and Kindle (MOBI) format. Each has a clickable Table of Contents, and is searchable. (1) The ESMB Posts: 1241 posts from 420 threads, 775 pages. (2) ACW Lightlink Archives: All 130 articles, 400 pages. (3) Kn Dictionary, 121 pages. Also see PaulsRabbit Ebooks thread.
Balance. Now there's something I've never had in my life. Especially not in the church. Thanks Paul.