Keep in mind, these are strictly personal opinions offered by Hadit members, usually based on to a certain degree, personal experience.
Just my personal take, your Bladder Trauma Claim as Secondary to your MST, in and of itself, really has no bearing on your SC of PTSD. I made a note of your PTSD DBQ Dr's response to Evidence Review Section V 5A, as I recall, I found it troubling. If you choose to, look at it, what do you think?
You did mention you just got a 30% SC Rating, with the PTSD & Bladder Claim Deferred. Do not be looking for a "Quick" claim resolution, an "Inferred IU Claim" statement in an Award Letter is good. As to anything else in your original claim being put off as "Inferred," is troubling.
I could be wrong and for your sake, I hope I am.
I just received the VA EED Award letter today. The Detroit RO CUE Review team must be on the stick.
E-Ben 05/17/16 EED CUE Review Claim closed 07/16, Decision Letter mailed 08/21. Retro Deposit Hit 08/24, Award Letter arrived 08/25.
That has to be close to Speed of Light, as far as VA Decisions go.
Can't say I've filed any other FOIA Requests, other than for my C-File. The VA Addressed your FOIA request, when they acknowledged receipt of it by US Mail. Addressing & completion of the Request seem to be (2) different things.
I can't recall any Vet posting that they got their C-Files, on paper or now on CD, in less than a year. When I got mine in 01/2014, 9in of paper and was only complete up yo the FOIA Filing Date of 09/12.
If there is something in your C-File that you are certain that really need to see and make a copy of, make an appointment for a Supervised Personal View and ability to make limited page copies, at your RO. Not easy to do but it can be done.
I really got tripped up on the "undebatable" language in my CUE. The VA maintained that my truly awful rating decision was debatable. It was not like "you are or are not missing a leg due to military service" . A missing leg that got blown off in combat and was witnessed by a few dozen officers and you spent a year in a military hospital recovering and then the VA says you , in fact, have both legs and rate you ten percent for arthritis in the leg you don't have is what I call a CUE. If the rating you got can be debated as to severity or anything else then it is probably not a CUE unless specific regulations guide the rating you should get for gunshot to a certain group of muscles and you don't get that rating. Even in such a case their might be room for debate as to degree of disability. After my own experience I would not spend five years chasing a CUE unless I absolutely knew it was an undebatable error that rises to the level of CUE. When VA did not grant me Housebound I suspected it was an error but not a CUE. I knew the VA was wrong not to have awarded me statutory "S" according to their own regs. but they are so slippery I was not sure so I filed anyway.