The advent of new technology always challenges the law in its application where those changes come in contact with once familiar areas of law. For instance, developments in medical equipment technology present questions of how the outputs from those devices will interact with rules of evidence. X-rays and some brain imaging methods have found general acceptance in the court room, but as advancements continue to be made, questions arise as to what types of evidence will be acceptable under the current rules of evidence, or whether the rules need to be changed to accommodate such new technologies. Two articles address these concerns in regards to modem radiology images and continuing developments in brain imaging. These are FMRI and BF Meet FRE:Brain Imaging and the Federal Rules of Evidence by Mark Pettit and Not Just "X-Rays" Today: Recommendations for Admissibility of Modern radiology Images by Anthony R. Bendetto.