The CATE (CPE Agility Team Extraordinaire) is the next big title--and the highest title in CPE. To earn it, a dog needs 20 Qs in each of Standard and the six games, plus an additional 2000 points in any combination of Qs, where 25-point Qs are in Standard, Snooker, and Jackpot; 20-point Qs are in Wildcard, Full House, and Jumpers; and 15-point Qs are in Colors. So, at an absolute minimum, after earning one's C-ATCH, one needs 220 legs (assuming that all the extra legs are in 25-point classes, which is unlikely).
There are individual Extraordinaire titles for each of the classes, which require 30 legs in that class. So one will undoubtedly acquire at least a couple of those on the way to the CADE (oops, sorry, CATE--they renamed it a couple of years ago and I still can't get it straight).
Probable *maximum* number of CPE trials for us for the rest of this year (since I definitely want to focus on USDAA while we struggle for our ADCH): 6 (you can see that I'm not going to be anywhere near my downward goal of only 12 trials for the year...).
Tika's average Qs per CPE weekend at 3 CPE trials this year: 6.
So that's another, oh, 36 Qs for this year. That leaves us short by only...ohhhhh...141 legs minimum. And if we keep up at this pace, it'll be another 3 years after that before we're even in range. Tika would be going on 10 by then. So it's likely that this will just never happen. Unless I get tired of USDAA for some reason and go to all the CPE trials in a year instead. (And I count 15 CPE trials in 2006 within about 2 hours of my house.)