We argued that borderline completion does not explain the completion, that the computation of border-ownership
(BOWN) causes illusory signals, and that neurons activated at illusory contours represent BOWN. Although most
commentaries show support to our view, they further emphasized the importance of feedback and also pointed out
some examples challenging our view. The signal processing in the hierarchy and the classification of neurons are
also discussed. In this reply, we explain our position on a dynamic feedback system reflecting the global
configuration, and clarify our view on completion, by examining the example figures and neurophysiological
data indicated in the commentaries.