Yes, the pain is moving, changing quality, increasing (not fun, but not as alarming as it used to be) and decreasing, and at times, for brief moments, completely disappearing. I had one experience that was kind of funny and memorable. I was walking in the woods and trying to not baby my knees--just walk where I wanted to walk and concentrate on enjoying my surroundings instead focusing on my knees. This was going pretty well when I suddenly developed a stabbing pain on the top of my left foot. I had to laugh, really. I looked at the new pain and said to it "Oh hell no, no way." And it was gone within a few seconds. I feel confident that the pain in my hands, wrists, forearms and elbows and pretty much anywhere else is definitely TMS. I have had the knee pain longer, and so it's a little harder for me to believe it's TMS but it's changing quality lately, getting better and worse, so that is becoming not so set in stone.