The authors would like to thank the many contributors to the generation of the GOES-14 SRSOR imager data streams. NOAA NESDIS OSPO is especially thanked for the production of the GVAR data. Thanks to: Kathy Kelly, Kevin Ludlum, GOES shift supervisors and operators, John Tsui, Hyre Bysal, Tom Renkevens, Bill Bellon, Tim Olander, Jim Nelson, Pete Pokrandt, Justin Sieglaff, Dave Radell, Frank Alsheimer, Andy Edman, Natalia Donoho, Matthew Seybold, Ryan Rogers, Lawrence Carey, Cecilia Fleeger, Wayne Feltz, Sarah Monette, Don Hillger, Gary S. Wade, Jay Hoffman, Elaine Prins, Michael J. Folmer, Jordan Gerth, Chad Gravelle, Pam Heinselman, David Priegnitz, and Daniel Karlson. Discussions with Ralph Petersen during the 2011 Warn on Forecast-High Impact Weather Workshop in Norman, Oklahoma, led to the idea to acquire high time resolution imagery for comparisons to the phased array radar. Special thanks go to Jerry Robaidek and the SSEC Data Center staff (Janean Hill, Roseann Spangler, Dave Jones, Doug Ratcliff, etc.) who acquired the GOES-14 data at the SSEC Data Center and handled the switchover between GOES-13 and GOES-14 when GOES-14 temporarily became the operational GOES-East. Dave Stettner is thanked for his assistance with Fig. 9. The SSEC Man computer Interactive Data Access System (McIDAS) was used to create most of the images. Information on the GOES-14 SRSOR data in 2013 can be found here: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/srsor2013/GOES-14_SRSOR.html. The authors would also like to thank the anonymous reviewers of this article. The views, opinions, and findings contained in this report are those of the authors and should not be construed as an official National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or US Government position, policy, or decision.