Thanks for the link, but I've determined my problem is somehow related to me
trying to add row objects derived from DataGridViewRow. I suspect I'm not
overriding a required member somewhere, because I can add one custom row,
but all other rows after that break when I add them.
> Hi Brady,
> With the DataGridView, the rows could be accessed iteratively up to a
> size of myGrid.Rows.Count
> Here is a webpage with an example of how to access a row/column
> reference as you describe.
> http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en- > us/library/system.windows.forms.datagridview.rowcount.aspx